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Sam Outlaw, Whitney Rose, Cursive Wires 

When: Wed., March 2, 8 p.m. 2016
Price: $8
Given the traditional country sounds bursting from the grooves of Sam Outlaw’s excellent new album Angeleno — the crying pedal-steel, the fleet-fingered fiddles, etc. — one might be surprised to learn of the artist’s sunny San Diego roots. Outlaw delivers what he calls “SoCal country,” a sound that touches on the traditional honky-tonk of Bakersfield’s Buck Owens as well as the later country-tinged California rock singers. To capture the “special sadness” and “shadow of loss” in his hometown, Outlaw recruited members of My Morning Jacket, Dawes, Punch Brothers and Linda Ronstadt’s band to make Angeleno, with guitar legend and producer Ry Cooder lending his skills to every track.
— Dan Nailen


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