ARTS Pick: Lucy Dacus answers some big questions

Lucy Dacus performs at The Southern Wednesday, March 7. Publicity photo Lucy Dacus performs at The Southern Wednesday, March 7. Publicity photo

Being cautious has never been in Lucy Dacus’ playbook. Comfortable with big questions and lyrically confident, Dacus is still riding a wave of accolades from her debut, No Burden, an album that pegged her as someone to watch. Of her latest release, Historian, C-VILLE’s Nick Rubin says Dacus delivers “disarming frankness and old-soul wisdom.” Supported on all sides by brazen, heartfelt indie rock, Dacus continues her musical movement of grace and power.

Wednesday, March 7. $12-15, 6:30pm. The Southern Café and Music Hall, 103 S. First St. 977-5590.

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