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Lucy Dacus
Calgary Folk Fest

Lucy Dacus

from Richmond, VA, USA

"Too old to play, and too young to mess around" Lucy Dacus sings, before electric guitars drive the song onward. Her lyrical chops convey a maturity beyond her years — her songs are witty and emotionally luminous, and her hooks stick in your head for weeks. Package that with a captivatingly husky alto and band arrangements that range from lo-fi to lush, from power chords to hazy strumming, and it's no wonder music industry executives clambered over each other last year to declare that, far from being an awkward in-between age, Lucy Dacus has arrived. Around the time she reached the U.S. legal drinking age, more than 20 record labels were bidding to re-release Dacus' debut album No Borders in 2016. She followed with Historian in 2018, the same year she formed boygenius with Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker.

Concerts

Friday July 24, 2020

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