As promised yesterday, Pete's posted to DC9 at Night some rather nice aural souvenirs from Saturday night's Arts Magnet homecoming performance. Me, I'm partial to the new Norah Jones cut myself, though the hometown crowd surely appreciated Edie Brickell and Kenny Withrow's tribute to Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Download at your leisure, and listen along with this slideshow. --Robert Wilonsky
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