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Twang to Trombones: Top 20 Picks for AmericanaFest 2017

When Wynonna and Lee Ann Womack drag queen impersonators are NOT the highlight of the night, you know you need to be at these shows. AmericanaFest has something for every music fan.

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The Soft Boys: A Can of Bees / Underwater Moonlight

In a parallel universe, a late '70s British Invasion might sound like the Beatles totally whacked out of their gourds.

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Robyn Hitchcock: 5 March 2010 - Chicago

Flavoring cadences with irresistible falsetto, Hitchcock’s performance created an aura of eerie intimacy.

Lisa Torem
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Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3: 18 April 2009 - Chicago

It’s no wonder people go to great lengths to see Robyn Hitchcock in concert.

Lisa Torem
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Robyn Hitchcock & the Venus 3: Goodnight Oslo

For his second outing with the Venus 3, Robyn Hitchcock both tightens up his songs and adds to his arrangements with vocal harmonies and horns. The result is another winner.

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20 Questions: Robyn Hitchcock

PopMatters debuts "20 Questions", a weekly feature of short, sassy questions aimed to encourage playful responses that reveal the gist of the artist. We couldn't think of a better person to start with than the witty and clever Robyn Hitchcock.

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Robyn Hitchcock: I Wanna Go Backwards

This glorious five-CD box set contains remastered editions of three of Robyn Hitchcock's very best solo albums, plus two discs of mostly great non-LP cuts.

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Robyn Hitchcock: Storefront Hitchcock / Jewels for Sophia

These reissues of two late '90s Robyn Hitchcock albums find the surrealist singer-songwriter in prime form.

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Robyn Hitchcock

Hitchcock is compared to his English brethren John Lennon and Syd Barrett, but it's with Dylan that his true alliances lie.

Tyler Wilcox

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