WINE AND SPIRITS
An especially fine installment in City Winery's new "Pairings" seriesyou can guess what the concept is herethis double bill brings together Joey Burns and John Convertino of Calexico, the long-running Tucson-based indie-roots outfit, with Keren Ann, the French-Israeli chanteuse who named her 2004 album Nolita after her adopted New York neighborhood. Last year's Carried to Dust was as appealing an effort as any released under the Calexico name, but what's often most enjoyable about these guys' live show is hearing how Burns and Convertino (and their guests) diverge from whatever album they're pimping at the moment; if you're really lucky, maybe Jim James will show up for their sweet collaborative version of "Goin' to Acapulco" from the I'm Not There soundtrack. Keren Ann's self-titled 2007 disc wasn't quite as bewitching as the two that preceded itbut it was still pretty darn enchanting.
Tue., March 10, 9 p.m., 2009
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