Thursday, April 2, 2009

Robyn Hitchcock, Bela Fleck's Africa Project and More: Inside This Week's Music Section

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(Not) Lost in Translation: Bela Fleck's Africa Project is a lesson in more than history. (Playing Wednesday, 8th at The Ryman.)

'We Don't Exist as Much as We Think We Do': Robyn Hitchcock on life, rock 'n' roll and that song he's never heard. (Playing Monday, 6th at Exit/In.)

No Degrees of Separation: Chick Corea and John McLaughlin connect jazz history's dots beyond Miles. (Playing Monday, 6th at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.)

Yes We Pan: Tin Pan South still has a few surprises left. (Various dates and venues.)

In The Spin: Chairlift, The Dynamites, Cowboy Keith and more.

Plus, Critic's Picks galore on everyone from Charlie Degenhart to The Privates, Dark Meat to Ben Folds.

And don't forget Tracy's cover story on dating musicians.

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