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Hiss Golden Messenger and Lilly Hiatt at Broadberry 

Thursday, Jan. 16

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The country-folk project of Durham-based musician M.C. Taylor returns behind his latest album, “Terms of Surrender” (Merge), a contemplative and complicated record written in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. He’ll be joined by Nashville singer and songwriter Lilly Hiatt, the daughter of John Hiatt. $1 from every ticket goes to support the Durham Public Schools Foundation. thebroadberry.com.
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