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GREEK FOLK | Pavlo 

Just like Hendrix used to do, burning his guitar in effigy, Greek guitarist Pavlo raffles off the actual guitar he plays at every show. You get to watch him take it for a 90-minute test drive and then, provided you win, you get to take it home and find out just how much practice you need to get to Pavlo's level. This artist mixes Greek, Spanish, and Latin in a kind of Mediterranean, New Wave mash-up. Come see why he's regarded "The Greek God of the Guitar."

Pavlo plays Saturday, April 28, at Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 North Plymouth Street. 8 p.m. $40. hochstein.org; pavlo.com.

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