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Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten
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Brooklyn's Sharon Van Etten will provide a folksy counterbalance to the hard rock assault of Friday night's headlining set from Black Sabbath. The Bon Iver labelmate arrives with a bevy of sinewy, swooping tales on bad relationships, the best of which are featured on her most recent album, Trampone of Rolling Stone's favorite albums of the year so far. Van Etten's set, while perhaps better suited for a coffeehouse confessional than a midday mega-festival melee, nonetheless promises to offer an intimate distraction from the surrounding mayhem.

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