Concert Review: Jenny Lewis at the Granada

REVIEW BY IAN HRABE

Last night at the Granada, amid the smell of industrial-strength permanent marker mingled with various perfumes in a crowd of rowdy young women and their boyfriends, I bought everything Jenny Lewis was selling.

Though I’ve always found the vocals on her solo records to be a bit too thin for her country-folk-gospel songs, by the end of the night I was reminded of why Jenny Lewis is one of my favorite female singers in the business. Her set featured an equal mix of tunes from her debut LP (with the Watson Twins), Rabbit Fur Coat, and her most recent, Acid Tongue.

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