Ashley Monroe, Red Baraat, Brooke Waggoner, Major Lazer, P!nk and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section



No Country for Young Women: Reintroducing Ashley Monroe, country's great trad hope (Like a Rose out March 5 via Warner Bros. Nashville; playing Thursday, 7th at 3rd & Lindsley)

Indians With Horns: Horn nonet Red Baraat carries the flag of Indian-American jazz (Red Baraat playing Thursday, 28th at Exit/In)

Origin Story: Brooke Waggoner's Originator is technically piano pop, but also something more (Originator out March 5; playing Monday, 4th at Grimey’s and Tuesday, 5th at 3rd & Lindsley)

You’re Our Only Hope: Diplo returns with another Major Lazer offering, and it's restoring our faith in EDM (Playing Tuesday, 5th at Cannery Ballroom)

Think P!nk: Why the shape-shifting superstar deserves a second look (Playing Saturday, 2nd at Bridgestone Arena)

In The Spin: Road to Bonnaroo Round One at Mercy Lounge

Plus Critics’ Picks on Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale, Fanny’s Anniversary Party, Escondido’s release party, Buddy Guy, Angel Olsen with William Tyler and Richie, Mark Robinson record release, The Bar-Kays, SXSW Sendoff Party, Forget Cassettes, Delta Saints, Oh Dang Lo Mein’s record release, Gaslight Anthem, They Might Be Giants and more

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