Courtney Marie Andrews Plays The Rhythm Room, July 28

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The time is nigh to get your last dose of local songstress Courtney Marie Andrews before she embarks on her west coast tour later this month. The acoustic americana singer has assembled a full band to accompany her on stage for next week's show.

Andrews will be playing at The Rhythm Room next Thursday, July 28, along with New Mexican indie rockers, The Pioneers of Prime Time TV. Follow the jump for more details and a sample of the music.

You'll be able to pick up vinyl copies of last years album, For One I Knew, at the show. Doors open at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 28, at The Rhythm Room, 1019 East Indian School Road. Admission is $8.

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