Band of Horses

. November 27, 2012.

 

Band of Horses 
Michigan Theater / Monday, December 3
Over the last decade or so, Band of Horses has kept inching forward, slowly but surely, in its rise to national prominence. They captured their local Seattle scene, became lovable, sugary indie troubadours, won a Grammy for 2010's country-dipped dreamy folk-rock record Infinite Arms and showed they weren't a fluke or a fad by picking up the tempo and infusing a little rock n' roll in this year's Mirage Rock. They can be folky, indulge in feel-good pop, get lost in psychedelic ambience, or just plain rock out, yet never lose themselves. 7:30pm. $32.50-$49.50. Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St. 734-668-8397. www.michtheater.org. —SR 

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