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Concert photos: Robert Earl Keen (with Andrea Davidson) at Off Broadway, Thursday, March 7

Robert Earl Keen at Off Broadway Robert Earl Keen at Off Broadway Corey Woodruff
Written by Corey Woodruff
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Texas songwriter Robert Earl Keen started his show with a middle finger aimed at Johnny Cash, addressing the iconic photo that hangs above the Off Broadway bar with, "What did I ever do to you, Johnny?"

What he did for the sold-out crowd was deliver a batch of new songs before ditching the set list in favor of fan favorites. Kentucky warbler Andrea Davidson opened the show with a lighthearted, energetic set.

All photos by Corey Woodruff.

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