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Sound Menu February 10 2001 Sun

SUN/FEBRUARY 11
THE BERLIN RADIO CHOIR — Formed in Germany during the radio boom of the 1920s, the Berlin Radio Choir remains one of the premier classical vocal ensembles in the world. This year's North American tour marks the first time the 60-voice group has crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 75 years. This concert includes performances of selected vocal works by Schumann, Mendelsonn, Reger and Brahms. Spivey Hall (Hutchinson)
ALVIN "YOUNGBLOOD" HART — Traditional Delta blues lovers who flocked to Hart's first few acoustic albums must have thought they bought the wrong album when they slapped on last year's garage power-trio propelled Start With the Soul. With voltage-enhanced covers from '60s punks the Sonics, rocker Chuck Berry and even Black Oak Arkansas, Hart took no prisoners, tendered no explanations and forged into new, louder, yet undeniably soulfully eclectic territory with few nods to his unplugged past. He's touring electric, so strap in, hang on and watch a deep bluesman connect with stripped-down rock and soul like few others. Smith's Olde Bar (Horowitz)
VIRGINIA HUTCHINGS — Atlanta pianist Virginia Hutchings has lectured and performed recitals at universities throughout the country and overseas. For this event, she will perform Bach's Goldberg Variations in an afternoon courtyard setting. Callanwolde (Hutchinson)
KING JOHNSON — The choice is yours, and it's free either way: See 'em live, or hear 'em live ... on the radio. King Johnson's performance this night will be broadcast live on Z-93 beginning at 10 p.m. The band is generating momentum in the wake of its third CD, Luck So Strange, a blend of horn-driven funk, R&B and blues, adding regional tour dates across the Southeast, and making its first foray into the Texas market. Brandyhouse (Powell)
TAMMY ALLEN AND THE METAPOP EXPERIENCE, SELENE MCCARTHY — Allen plays acoustic music, mixing positive messages with social commentary and delivering it all in a voice that favorably recalls classic R&B singers. McCarthy is a Decatur chanteuse whose recently released CD, Fresh Flowers, offers a very evocative glimpse into everything she loves, from horses to fresh coffee. Red Light Café (Nicoll)
BILLY'S: Rose Marie's karaoke
BRANDYHOUSE: Z93 with the Dunhams featuring King Johnson
BUFFALO'S-PLEASANT HILL: Open Mic
CAJUN KITCHEN: XO Band
CHECKERED PARROT: Mike Russell
CHIP'S-WINDER: Roger "Hurricane" Wilson
THE EARL: Dunch with the Blue Jays
ECLIPSE DI LUNA: Various pianists
EDDIE'S ATTIC: Boogie Nights with the Disco Deacon
FAT MATT'S RIB SHACK: Little Joeys Jumpin' Jive
FIREHOUSE: Open Mic Blues Night
FUZZY'S: Doug Morton and Friends
MASQUERADE: Punk Sunday with the Impossibles, River City High, Blue Line Medic, the Superbs
9 LIVES SALOON: Edgewood, Gargantua, Soul
NORTHSIDE TAVERN: Stephen Talkovich & friends
SMITH'S OLDE BAR: Alvin "Youngblood" Hart, David Ryan Harris
SOMBER REPTILE: Sippin' Parlor with Mad Kate
SYLVIA'S: Showtyme Jazz Duo
WOODEN NICKEL: Brad Large



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