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JAZZ | Phil Haynes & Free Country 

In recent years, drummer Phil Haynes has enhanced the Rochester appearances of straight-ahead saxophonist Dave Liebman and avant-garde trumpeter Paul Smoker. Now for something completely different. When he brings his group, Free Country, to Lovin' Cup, he'll be exploring the tunes on his new album, "Something Beatles." Haynes will be joined by cellist and vocalist Hank Roberts, bassist Drew Gress, and guitarist Jim Yonda for some progressive arrangements of tunes like "Birthday," "Let It Be," and "Here Comes The Sun."

Phil Haynes & Free Country perform Sunday, December 7, at Lovin' Cup, 300 Park Point Drive. 8 p.m. $25. lovincup.com; philhaynes.com.

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