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AMERICANA | Eilen Jewell 

The underlying style might change a little — from roots-rock and rockabilly to country-noir — but Eilen Jewell's beautiful, soft voice is always the anchor. The singer-songwriter will touch your heart — or break it — over the course of her latest album "Sundown Over Ghost Town," which is influenced by her move back to Idaho, her home state, after years away.

Eilen Jewell will perform Wednesday, May 11, at the Rochester Lilac Festival, Highland Park. 5:30 p.m. Free.;


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