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The country rock of Lucero was only part of a wildly varied evening at Off Broadway that also included rude comedy about soiled eyewear, a fitting memorial to a fallen friend and another great performance by thundering St. Louis natives.

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When the theme for the evening is whiskey and women the issue of heartbreak becomes inevitable.

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"Women & Work"

With their latest studio record, "Women & Work," the alt-country rockers known as Lucero have managed to harness fully the music of their hometown to make their most Memphis-sounding record yet.

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Lucero and John Henry & the Engine drew a rowdy, flannel-clad crowd last night to Off Broadway with their black-label brand of alternative country drinking music.

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Lucero is a band of road warriors in the truest sense. Playing 150 to 200 dates a year, the Memphis-based group prides itself as workhorses.

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A barrage of merchandise tents, non-profits, stages with unfamiliar faces (and names) and active half-pipes is likely to overwhelm even a veteran Warped fan.

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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 16:20

Lucero 12/7/10

If Lucero's music were a tattoo, it would be a rattlesnake wrapped around a whiskey bottle stamped with a heart broken down the middle. Even when stripped down to acoustic guitar and accordion, the Memphis band's country-scorched rock & roll shines through with punk resilience.

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It’s 8:35 a.m. the morning after the first day of LouFest. I’m a bit sore. 11 hours in Central Field at Forest Park best belongs to the dragonflies, burrowed rabbits and the significantly younger.

As it turned out, LouFest, despite a good first-year crowd — could there have been more than 3000 through the gates? correct me if I’m wrong — seemed dominated by the 35-and-up, though the starting lineup was the most youthful of the first two days. And most of my aging cohorts stuck it out to see the 7/8 moon rise over the east and an epic closing set by definitive indie rock collective, the Broken Social Scene.

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