Ms. Lauryn Hill & Gary Clark, Jr. on April 26 at 6 p.m.

Greensboro Coliseum Complex

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In a Nutshell

Soul singer of The Fugees and The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill delivers career-spanning hits; Gary Clark, Jr. shreds blues guitar jams

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The Deal

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Ms. Lauryn Hill

  • How you first met Ms. Lauryn Hill: as L-Boogie, the rich and raspy alto of ’90s rebel R&B trio the Fugees
  • What not to get twisted: she might have been the best singer of the bunch, but she can rap like a champion, too
  • Deep-burrowing ear worms from the Fugees era: “Killing Me Softly,” “Ready or Not,” “Fu-Gee-La”
  • What followed her time with the Fugees: the game-changing solo album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, named one of the greatest albums of all time by Rolling Stone
  • Miseducation song that starts playing in your head as soon as you read her name: “Doo Wop (That Thing)”
  • Proof that she hasn’t lost her edge: the 2014 release “Black Rage,” a heartbreaking, politically charged sendup of “My Favorite Things” that Hill dedicated to the protesters in Ferguson

Gary Clark, Jr.

  • Who he is: a Texas guitar virtuoso dealing in crunchy blues riffs
  • Whom he’s been compared to: guitar legends Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan
  • …if Hendrix and Vaughan had incorporated elements of contemporary soul and hip-hop.
  • And if you’ve pegged him as just a rock musician: He’s also composed a film score and even dabbled in acting.
  • The one thing better than listening to his studio albums: catching his fiery, inimitable live sets, whether in person or on his straightforwardly-titled double album, Live
  • Legends he’s opened for: The Rolling Stones; Foo Fighters

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