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Caroline Aiken and Catch a C.A.B.

Atlanta-born, Athens-based guitarist Caroline Aiken celebrates the release of her new album, Broken Wings Heal, with a night of music at The Foundry. The record, produced by John Keane and featuring the Indigo Girls’ Emily Saliers, as well as Randall Bramblett, Ike Stubblefield, Susan Staley and others, is the latest product of a storied career that has included collaborations with household names like Bonnie Raitt. For the release show, Aiken will be joined by her band Catch a C.A.B., which includes locals Eddie Glikin, Adam Poulin, Doug Peters, Ron Crescenti and Mark Smith. She heads out on a national tour supporting the Indigo Girls this summer, so catch her before she jets.

7:30 p.m. $7 (adv.), $10 (door).


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