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Funk | Robert Randolph and the Family Band 

Steel master Robert Randolph tempers the sour of his music's hellbent fury with sweet salvation. This ain't no 'Can I get an amen?' Gospel schlock either. Randolph is a righteous barn-burner. With his new album, "Lickety Split" in tow, Randolph returns this time with a little Rochester in its blood. Former Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad keyboardist, Aaron Lipp joined the Family Band after hooking up with them through — believe it or not — Craigslist. Boston soul-shouter Jesse Dee opens the show.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band perform Saturday, December 14, 8 p.m., atWater Street Music Hall, 204 North Water St., $25,


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