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Friday, September 21, 2007

Friday To-Do: Jeff Coleman

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JEFF COLEMAN AND THE FEEDERS
10 p.m., White Water. $5.

With a self-described range from “honky-tonk to hair bands,” Jeff Coleman and the Feeders celebrate the release of their new album, “AmericanB,” with a big concert that, if their previous material is any indication, will feature a lot of songs about drinking. Take “Drinking Coming On,” a song from the band’s 2005 release, “Done to Death”: Thick with heavy Southern guitar riffs, it’s a classic woman-done-me-wrong tune (this time, with a woman with “hips that could start a war”) that climaxes with a bar-busting drunk. Or “All the Whiskey in Texas,” another song that finds solace from heartbreak in booze. Featuring longtime veterans of the local music scene — Stan James on drums, Jerry Cordova on bass and Mark Chiaro on guitar — the Feeders are sure to summon a rollicking barroom jam to support Coleman’s throaty wail. A prediction: lots of bottles will be raised.

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