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Some musicians find their rise to fame to be quick and steady, others have to work harder and longer to eventually sit atop a musical throne. Virginia-born mellow-rock artist Aimee Mann fits the latter mold, having devoted nearly two decades to her solo career—during which time she has endured major-label squabbles, enjoyed a brief flirtation with stardom (due to her Academy Award- and Grammy-nominated song, “Save Me”, off the soundtrack of P.T. Anderson’s 1999 film, Magnolia), and founded her own SuperEgo Records label. Mann now has seven studio albums under her belt (and an extensive touring history), with a new album set for release later in the year—which will undoubtedly please the solid following of fans she’s earned over the last 20 years. Aimee Mann performs with John Roderick at 8 p.m. at World Cafe Live; tickets to the all-ages show are $35–$65. —LIsa Henderson

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