That was certainly obvious last night at the Pageant, when the 52-year-old dynamo strutted, sassed and sang for an adoring crowd full of dancing fools and soul revivers. For 90 minutes, she and the Dap-Kings - her crack band full of horn players, percussionists and the usual bass/guitar combo - played highlights from their 100 Days, 100 Nights and Naturally albums, debuted a slow, soulful new song and performed a few covers with a bizarro-world James Brown named Charles Bradley. Read More.
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