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Friday, November 21, 2008

Friday To-Do: Tim Reynolds and TR3

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TIM REYNOLDS and TR3
9 p.m., Revolution. $15.

He's one of the most famous sometimes sideman in music today. For more than a decade, guitar whiz Tim Reynolds has toured with the Dave Matthews Band and guested on each of the band's albums. In 1999, he and Matthews released “Live at Luther College,” a double album that captured what's become a semi-regular touring arrangement: the duo playing stripped down, acoustic arrangements of Matthews' songs. But Reynolds is hardly simply a second fiddle. For years, he's led the improvisational band TR3, a three-piece that specializes not only in jam-typical funk-rock, but also diversions into industrial rock and reggae. Reynolds has been known to branch out to play the mandolin, violin and sitar as well. Open to ages 18 and older, the concert is sure to be packed to the brim.

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