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During her Cleveland show tonight, Chicago chanteuse Liz Mandeville will sing about the "sexual politics" that have made her a Windy City mainstay for more than 20 years. The catalog of originals includes the mischievous "Belly Rubbin'" from her 2000 CD, Ready to Cheat. And there's her naughty novelty song "He Left It in His Other Pants," which was nominated as the best blues CD of 2000 at the Chicago Music Awards ceremony. Mandeville's wicked references to male body parts may take some audience members by surprise. But a dose of her tunes sure puts a festive spin on the first shopping day of the holiday season. Mandeville performs with the Blue Points at 9 tonight at Fat Fish Blue, 21 Prospect Avenue East. Tickets are $8. Call 216-875-6000 or visit www.fatfishblue.com.
Fri., Nov. 23, 9 p.m., 2007

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