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Juliette Is The Sun?


Juliette Lewis is definitely one of the more successful examples of Hollywood actresses turned musicians. Nitty, gritty, soulful and hella flexible, she puts on one hell of a live show.--- Her dynamic stage presence didn't translate to Red Butte Garden's bucolic setting two weeks ago when she opened for The Pretenders. Sitting on a hill watching her display a keen grip on pilates, one couldn't help yearn for a time machine to travel back to Harry O's circa 2004 when Lewis blew away folks attending the Sundance Film Festival. Methinks she'll recapture that energy Oct. 7 when she headlines Club Vegas along with openers The Ettes and American Bang!

She's no Chrissie Hynde, but the show should be a raucous good time.