Free Passage to India

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Free Passage to India

Tuesday evening presents several options for low-on-money music fans. There's a 98-cent hard-rock show featuring three touring acts at El Torreon, while Davey's Uptown hosts a free concert starring the brightest lights from the artist-run label India Records. Kitty Gordon, named in honor of a friend's do-it-yourself porn-star moniker (first pet plus mother's maiden name), backs vocalist Nina Singh's throaty vocals with groove-heavy pop. Jeff Klein disguises his sarcastic lyrical edge with mellow twangy rock and an easygoing delivery. Will Sexton (pictured) recently released his first solo album in six years after a series of songwriting collaborations with the likes of Steve Earle and Waylon Jennings. Though all of these acts are anchored by uncommonly talented wordsmiths, they employ vastly different musical approaches, ensuring an enjoyably eclectic evening. And you can't beat the price.

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