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Event Pick: Waxahatchee and Ought at the Capital Ale House 

Nov. 19

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People are still buzzing about the amazing solo performance delivered by Katie Crutchfield (Waxahatchee) last time around at Capital Ale House. This time the Alabama-born artist returns to the same venue on Sunday, Nov. 19, backed by her full band. A Merge Records recording artist, Crutchfield latest album, “Out in the Storm,” produced by John Agnello, known for his work with Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth, is a louder, more guitar-driven record that nonetheless features some of her most deeply personal, reflective songs yet. Openers Ought from Canada bring the high-energy post punk. 7 p.m. $16-$18. All ages. capitalalehouse.com.
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