Cellos, feathers, corsets, punk-rock attitude, folkloric songs — this and more makes up dark cabaret trio Rasputina. The group is fronted by cellist/singer Melora Creager and recently added its first male cellist, Daniel DeJesus. Dawn Miceli rounds out the group on percussion. Rasputina returns to The Grey Eagle on Friday, Nov. 4. The Wilderness of Manitoba (an experimental folk group not from Manitoba but from Toronto) opens. 9 p.m., $12 advance or $15 day of show. http://www.thegreyeagle.com.
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