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Saturday, March 1, 2008

Saturday To-Do: Lucero

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8 p.m., the Village. $13-$15.

On Saturday the Village comes full circle. Two years ago, the former movie theater opened its doors with a packed Lucero show. Attendance has been intermittent since, but Saturday's show should be a boon to the venue. Central Arkansas has had an insatiable hunger for Lucero and its Little Rock-born lead singer, Ben Nichols. There's sure to be some 500 eager fans ready to sing along to his gravelly wail. Still hard-touring behind 2006's “Rebels, Rogues and Sworn Brothers,” the band comes to town a month before it takes off for a European tour. Talented local blues-rockers Jeff Coleman and the Feeders open along with the smart, shimmering guitar pop of Grand Serenade.


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