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D.C.’s beloved Blues Alley comes back to life with a joyful set from Veronneau

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Kline was clearly the night’s star soloist. He strutted stuff ranging from two ripping blues choruses on Avis’s feature “Bad Boy” to a fine finger-plucked improv on a bossa-fied version of Bob Marley’s “Waiting in Vain.” Chapdelaine, however — performing with Veronneau for the first time — was a secret weapon. Her two solos, on the opening “Song of Love” and the closing “Mas Que Nada,” were both virtuoso turns, while they lasted, that added surprising boosts of creative energy to the music.

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