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Go Out Tuesday: Waxahatchee at the Hi-Tone, chamber-music champs and Tigers pounce back

February 4, 2014

By Chris Herrington, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.

Feb. 04 --Cerulean Salt, the second album from Alabama -raised and punk-weaned indie-folk singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield -- aka Waxahatchee -- was one of the underdog success stories in pop music last year, finishing as the 31st-best album of 2013 in the estimation of the nation's music critics, based on the Village Voice's annual "Pazz and Jop" critics poll. Crutchfield's songs are downbeat, poetic and intimate, but not flowery or overly lachrymose. Opening her show at the Hi-Tone is recent Grammy winner Marcella Simien in her band Marcella & Her Lovers. 7:30 p.m. 412-414 N. Cleveland . Admission is $8 . For more info, visit . The youthful and rising Sima Trio won the First Prize and Gold Medal of the 2012 New England International Chamber Music Competition , and now it's performing in Memphis through Concerts International . The program includes Haydn's Piano Trio in G Major "Gypsy"; Arno Babdjanian's Piano Trio in F-sharp minor; and Brahms' Piano Trio No. 2, Opus 87 in C major. 7:30 p.m. at the Harris Concert Hall at the University of Memphis (3775 Central). Tickets: $40 . Info: and 901-527-3067. After a rough loss over the weekend in Dallas , the 24th-ranked University of Memphis Tigers are back home tonight and will try to improve on their 16-5 record against a struggling Rutgers team. Jason Smith has more. 6 p.m. , FedExForum. ___ (c)2014 The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.) Visit The Commercial Appeal (Memphis, Tenn.) at Distributed by MCT Information Services

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