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Martina McBride 

When: Sun., Aug. 31, 8 p.m. 2014
Price: $20
All-purpose country-pop interpreter McBride has proved herself comfortable with challenging material — her 1994 recording of Gretchen Peters’ tale of domestic abuse, “Independence Day,” is a classic. In 2005, McBride released Timeless, a collection of country songs that included a fine rendition of Joe South’s “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden” and an equally superb cover of Loretta Lynn’s “You Ain’t Woman Enough.” Earlier this year, McBride released Everlasting, a collection of well-chosen soul and rock songs. With Don Was’ Americana-tinged production providing unobtrusive support, McBride acquits herself well on Fred Neil’s “Little Bit of Rain” and Mark James’ “Suspicious Minds,” a 1969 hit for Elvis Presley. McBride also covers Chips Moman and Dan Penn’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man,” a song previously recorded by such luminaries as Aretha Franklin and The Flying Burrito Brothers. EDD HURT


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