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New York City singer-songwriter Nicola bounces between Evanescence goth-pop and granola-chewing folk on her third CD, Don’t Take It Personally. It’s a mix that recalls the mid-’80s, when female rockers put down their mic stands and picked up guitars. Nicola’s got a big voice, which helps carry her over some of the less dynamic songs. She also has spunk to spare. Plus, she’s been known to bust a move or two onstage. You don’t see that too often with guitar-wielding gals.
Thu., April 26, 8 p.m.

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