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Julie Dexter and Middlechild

9 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at Club 75, $10. 75 Public Square, Downtown, 216-566-7575.

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Julie Dexter might be the best soul singer you haven't heard about -- and if you have, make sure you have a ticket to her upcoming gig at Club 75. The Atlanta-based jazz-funk-soul chanteuse draws favorable comparisons to Alicia Keys (and deserves them), but with less gloss (that's a good thing). The Jamaican-born singer-songwriter arranges, composes, produces, and sings like she's spent the day listening to Billie Holiday and Sade.

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