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Jann Klose, Larry Beckett, Jack McMahon

JEFF ROSENBERG
8 pm., Wednesday August 21 | $8 advance, $10 day of show.
Secret Society Lounge
116 NE Russell St.
 
[SINGER-SONGWRITER] Jann Klose had the daunting task of voicing the title character’s songs in Greetings From Tim Buckley, this year’s moderately successful attempt at a joint biopic of the late singer-songwriter and his equally ill-fated son. There are moments on the German-born, Bronx-based Klose’s new album, Mosaic, that show why he got the gig, revealing an elastic, soulful voice capable of heady falsetto flights. Klose appears tonight with Tim’s friend and collaborator, Portlander Larry Beckett, who penned lyrics to the elder Buckley’s best-known works, “Morning Glory” and “Song to the Siren,” among others. Jim Fielder, Tim’s original bassist (also of Blood, Sweat Tears!), performs as well. 

Where: Secret Society Lounge
Phone: 493-3600
Address: 116 NE Russell St.
Website: secretsociety.net

 
 
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