Set List 

Where to go. What to hear.

Stephen Norfleet Trio at Fusion

The amorphous lineup of musicians from the Devil's Workshop Big Band used to envelop the stage in Bogart's Back Room each week. Then founder/saxophone player Stephen Norfleet relocated to New York for school, and the band divided and regenerated there. Norfleet returns to Richmond and gets back to basics for two sets at Fusion with Robby Sinclair on drums and Matt Hall on bass. Jan. 4, 9 p.m. and 10:45 p.m., $5. 249-2338.

Terri Murphy Trio at Hard Shell

Playing a weekly restaurant gig with flatware for backup is probably a drag for musicians, but regulars at the Hard Shell will have the pleasure of keeping an eye on jazz vocalist and composer Terri Murphy as she sweeps and bops through her lively sets. Jan. 10, 7-9 p.m. Free. 643-2333.

Meanwhile, at Alley Katz … Jucifer, Deviltones

After decades spent marinating in the Bohemian broth of Athens, Ga., Amber Valentine and Ed Livengood bring their two-piece act Jucifer to Richmond. Michael Stipe, lead singer for REM and national ambassador from Athens, told Details magazine that Jucifer sounds like "a very loud and aggressive southern gothic version of P.J. Harvey." See for yourself. Dec. 6, 10 p.m.-2 a.m. $5.



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