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The ukelele-toting troubadour evokes everything from classy '50s crooners to Jens Lekman

Editor Pick
Editor Pick

Spectacled singer Dent May is a dreamboat of the Cosby-sweater set. Hell-bent on resuscitating the oldies, the ukelele-toting troubadour evokes everything from classy '50s crooners to the quirky pop of Jens Lekman and Elvis Costello. Never shying away from a challenge, he also hips up the sweeping strings and interlocking vocal harmonies of doo-wop and '60s surf, ushering the disparate styles into the post-everything age. When he isn't kicking off a square dance ("You Can't Force a Dance Party") or lamenting lost love ("Girls on the Square"), May embraces the innate kitsch of his instrument, tearing exuberantly through his catalog of unabashedly cheeky cuts.

Cooper Berkmoyer Editor

Dent May at Slim's

Friday, January 24 9pm

Slim's (333 11th Street, San Francisco, CA) Map it $12

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