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Toby Lightman in concert on XPN Live Fridays - 08/25/2006

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Toby Lightman in Concert

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Toby Lightman in Concert

Toby Lightman in concert on XPN Live Fridays - 08/25/2006

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Band Members

Toby Lightman: acoustic guitar, vocals

Josh Dodes: keyboards, backing vocals

Kenny Harris: bass

Court Clement: electric guitar, backing vocals

Paul Stivitts: drums, backing vocals

Set List

"Don't Wake Me"

"River"

"Round and Round"

"My Sweet Song"

"Devils"

"Better"

"Don't Let Go"

"Holding Me Down"

Toby Lightman's debut album, Little Things, brought the singer-songwriter widespread radio airplay and an impressive array of press raves, and did a nice job of highlighting her honest lyrics and soulful rock style. Taking inspiration from rock and R&B, as well as jazz greats like Ella Fitzgerald, she's created a unique style that generates comparisons to everyone from Sheryl Crow to Alicia Keys. Lightman performed live from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on Aug. 25.

After touring for a year and a half, Lightman opted for a more organic and less computer-generated sound for her second album, Bird on a Wire. The disc nicely captures her ability to seamlessly mix R&B with rock, and demonstrates how much she's matured and gained confidence since her debut.

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