The Grammy-winning soul singer behind “I Try” unleashes her unique voice in a set of hits and new numbers
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$17 for one ticket to see Macy Gray (up to $34.76 value)
When: Sunday, October 12, at 9 p.m.
Where: Amos’ Southend
Section: general admission
Door time: 8 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees
The voice: Billie Holliday in her deepest solitude, Betty Davis kicking Miles out of the house, Eartha Kitt being Eartha Kitt
The hit that made Macy a household name: “I Try,” the Grammy-winning gem from her 1999 breakthrough, On How Life Is
Movies that made you say, “Whoa, that’s Macy Gray!”: Training Day, The Paperboy, Spider-Man, For Colored Girls
The new album: The Way
Why Macy made The Way, in her own words: “I wanted to create a record that reflects who I’ve become as a woman, mother and artist. This album is very personal to me. I want my fans to understand the place where I’m at in life and feel inspired by my music because it’s relatable.”
If you’re lucky: she might perform some of the unique covers she’s recorded in the last few years, including her takes on Arcade Fire, Kanye West, Metallica, and Radiohead