Lexi Adams
The Dreaded Laramie

THURSDAY 3/14. White Water Tavern. 8 p.m. $12.

To say nothing of their acrobatic guitar work and ear-wormy songwriting, Nashville power pop quartet The Dreaded Laramie puts on the kind of live show that’s impossible not to be won over by. Though their performances are carefully choreographed, they imbue every moment with a full-bodied exuberance that feels nothing less than spontaneous. Anchoring the project is singer/guitarist MC Cunningham, whose impressive vocal range stretches from angst-laden to sugary sweet, often in the span of a single phrase. Also on the bill are Two Runner, a fiddle-heavy folk duo from North California, and Kin & Company, a Northwest Arkansas-based indie rock outfit led by singer-songwriter Jonah Thornton. Get tickets here.


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