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SUNDAY, NOV 11 

RITA GRAHAM -- See Take Five. Sambuca Jazz Cafe (Powell)

CURT KIRKWOOD -- Cofounder of the Meat Puppets, the band that introduced psychedelic country-rock to the post-punk underground, Curt Kirkwood goes it alone after putting to rest his long-suffering Meat Puppets. The band's last record was a heavy, heavily produced pop take on their signature surrealism, so it'll be interesting to see how Kirkwood's songs translate solo. The Earl (Ware)

MICHAEL LEVINE, JULIA ROSE -- Levine, a sometime-sideman of former Monkee Peter Tork, has had considerable success writing film scores and placing tunes on movie soundtracks (such as Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday). Maryland-based Julia Rose is a singer/guitarist with a genuinely mesmerizing voice who can hold her own against any man. Her signature ballad, "Angel of Baltimore," is a lilting masterpiece that lingers in the air, like smoke, long after its final chorus has faded. Eddie's Attic (Nicoll)

VPN, BILLY GEWIN -- On their recently released sophomore album, New York indies VPN (Very Pleasant Neighbor, a WWII code meaning Communist sympathizer) tones down the guitars and revels in stark, twisting, unusual song structures propelled by the complex, chilly/dreamy vocal harmonies of the group's three siblings. Imagine the Beach Boys singing Guided By Voices alterna-pop and you're close. Opener Gewin is a jaunty local pop-rocker who wears his Replacements and XTC influences on his sleeves. Smith's Olde Bar (Horowitz)

BRANDYHOUSE: Z93 The Dunhams Live Radio Broadcast

BREAKERS: Open Mic

CHECKERED PARROT: Randy Harper

COTTON CLUB: Lennon, Skerv

DAILEY'S DOWNSTAIRS: Karaoke Night

THE EARL: Dunch with Shannon Tanner, Curt Kirkwood, Crazee and Heaven

ECLIPSE DI LUNA: Various pianists

EDDIE'S ATTIC: Julia Rose, Michael Levine and Danielle, Writers-in-the-Round with Elise Witt, Sonny Houston, and Grace Renshaw

FAT MATT'S RIB SHACK: Blue Solution

THE GRAPE AT VININGS: Nicole Chellimi Duo

ICON: Hazy Fantazy's Fantabulous Sundaze

LUBY'S: Gwinnetmusicscene.com

MURPHY'S LAW: Seminole Jackson & the Dixie Blues

MUSIC FARM: Charlie Hunter with Robert Walter's 20th Congress

NORTHSIDE TAVERN: Stephen Talkovich & friends

PEPPER'S GRILL AND BAR: The Hybrids

PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO-EMORY: Emory Percussion Ensemble

POOR RICHARDS' PUB: Open Mic with Sam Makler

THE PUNCHLINE COMEDY CLUB:

RED CHAIR THEATRE: Bedroom Farce

RED LIGHT CAFE: Charm School, Roy Day

SMITH'S OLDE BAR: Very Pleasant Neighbor, Billy Gewin

SWEET MELISSA'S-DECATUR: Brunch with Jamie Shepherd and friends

WHISKERS: Bob Willet & the Blue Devils

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