Lydia Loveless, the Sudden Lovelys and Tanbark

Nobody makes desire and heartache sound as delicious as alt-country punk Lydia Loveless. Just 23, she comes off like Stevie Nicks fronting the New York Dolls on her third album, “Somewhere Else,” with a road-tested band that ripped it up at South by Southwest. Loveless lets it bleed in such songs as “Really Wanna See You” and “Hurts So Bad,” which mix love and pain like whiskey and water, but ends the album on a hopeful note with Kirsty MacColl’s poppy “They Don’t Know.” File under: Advice for the lustlorn. Tim Campbell

Where

7th Street Entry

7th St. and 1st Av. N.Minneapolis, MN

When

Date: Ended 04/24/14

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