Lindsay Holler's Western Polaroids

When: Fri., Feb. 1 2013

blues, country, soul, and rock

It’s a rare thing to see Lindsay Holler playing solo. The former Dirty Kids frontwoman prefers to stay busy with her bands, the Western Polaroids, Matadero, and Oh Ginger, rather than take the stage on her own. But that’s exactly what she’ll be doing at this Friday’s acoustic performance. “Music is more of a collaborative thing for me,” Holler says. “I enjoy being OK with not knowing where something’s going to go, with that collaborative process.” Last year was a packed one for Holler — in addition to a solid performing schedule, she released a CD with Oh Ginger, her project with former Dirty Kid Michael Hanf, and even ventured into production. This year, she hopes to tip the scales back toward playing her own music. “I’ve been wanting to get more of a balance [between producing and performing]. I can’t forget that I’m a musician and I need to get out there,” she says. Judging from this gig, it looks like she’s starting things off right. Tyler Mechem of the now-defunct Crowfield and David Knight of Rustic Remedy will also perform. —Elizabeth Pandolfi

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