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Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

They may be the musical equivalent of a wide-brim Urban Outfitters hat, but don’t count out folk-pop big band Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. Since their 2010 mega-hit “Home,” bandleader Alex Ebert has released three decent records, founded a nonprofit for urban co-ops and won a Golden Globe for soundtracking the Robert Redford vehicle All Is Lost. Named after their historic home in the French Quarter, supporting act Preservation Hall Jazz Band plays the riotous, bourbon-stinking street music of New Orleans, derived from the style of Buddy Bolden and Louis Armstrong.

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