Wayfaring stranger - Page 2

Finding Mariee Sioux
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When focusing on the music, though, her view on itinerancy takes on a different, more redemptive cast. "It's hard to pour your heart out so many times," she muses, "but it's also refreshing, or even renewing in a way."*

MARIEE SIOUX

With Alela Diane, Aaron Ross, and Lee Bob Watson

Tues/26, 9 p.m., $7

Hemlock Tavern

1131 Polk, SF

(415) 923-0923

www.hemlocktavern.com

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