Gary Numan, Dum Dum Girls, Ronnie Milsap, Tinariwen and More: Inside This Week's Music Section



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Numan's Own: Synth-pop pioneer Gary Numan opens up about his ups and downs (Playing March 17 at Mercy Lounge)

Pop Is Prologue: Dum Dum Girls are adept at re-creating the past, personal as it may be (Playing March 18 at Exit/In)

Summer Jam: Ronnie Milsap's new album is a blue-eyed stroll down memory correction lane (Summer #17 is out March 18 via Legacy Recordings)

Cosmic Desert: Tuareg blues ambassadors Tinariwen want to 'feel the interconnection between everyone' (Playing March 18 at The High Watt)

Rhapsody in Rock: Nashville Symphony presents the world premiere of rocker Ben Folds' Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (March 13-15 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center)

Birthday Bash: Blair School of Music marks its 50th anniversary with a celebratory concert (March 16 at Blair School of Music's Ingram Hall)

In The Spin: Freakin' Weekend V, St. Vincent at Marathon Music Works

Plus Critics' Picks on That's My Kid, Eric Brace and Peter Cooper, Tipper Whore, Remedy Krewe, Adam Faucett, Windhand, Miniature Tigers, The So So Glos, Solids, New Bums, Cut Copy, Each Other and The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

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