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Though they aren't even old enough to drink, the guys in Washington's Lonely H are no mere babes at crafting classic-rock originals. The 19-year-olds (along with a 21-year-old guitarist) are now touring to promote their sophomore CD, Hair, with tunes that "sound like letters to Penthouse etched on colored vinyl," as the band puts it. Their Davenport show tonight is near the end of a two-month tour that took them from Missouri to Montana, with Austin's SXSW music fest wedged in the middle two weeks ago. Lonely H goes onstage at 9 tonight at the Davenport, 6287 Pearl Road in Parma Heights. Call 440-545-2225 or visit www.myspace.com/davenportbar.
Thu., March 27, 9 p.m., 2008

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