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POP | Kaylin Cervini and Her Wolves 

Dressed like she's heading over to Grandma's house, Kaylin Cervini sings with a hint of mystery in her beautifully warbling alto. Her music is in the folk vein without the distraction of an agenda. This leaves plenty of room for the drama to show up and out.

Kaylin Cervini and Her Wolves plays with Vinyl Orange Ottoman, Charlie Lindner, and Eli Flynn on Friday, December 29, at Flour City Station, 170 East Avenue. 8 p.m. $5. 21 and older.;


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