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- Posted on Aug 2nd 2009 7:03PM by Mike Ayers
But that was mild compared to what she had in store. Clark started up the chords to the Beatles 'Dig a Pony,' soliciting a handful of grateful cheers from the crowd. But while it could've been just a joke, she continued on playing the classic tune with grace and conviction.
St. Vincent's set was short but sweet and mostly drew from her sophomore set 'Actor,' with standouts including the saxophone/violin duels of 'Save Me From What I Want' and the more orchestral electronic fusion of 'Marrow.'
St. Vincent will be on tour for the rest of the year, starting with a few headlining shows this coming week in the Northeast US, a slew of festival dates in Europe and an opening slot for Andrew Bird starting on September 29 in Indianapolis, Indiana.