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Seven female-fronted musical acts to catch this week.

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S.O.B.'s; 4/17 at 7:30 p.m.; 204 Varick St., at W. Houston St.; 212-243-4940
As part of their “I Love S.O.B.’s” music fest, the venue welcomes the R&B group Sisters With Voices, who celebrate their new release I Missed Us, presented by Kiss FM.

Zambri
Glasslands Gallery; 4/13 at 8:30 p.m.; 289 Kent Ave., nr. S. 1st St, Williamsburg; 718- 599-1450
Sisters Cristi Jo and Jessica Zambri use vintage synths and their intertwining vocals to create caverns of dark and tribal tunes with a pop backbone. They open for Dom, and celebrate an album release.

Julianna Barwick
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; 4/13 at 7 p.m.; 1071 Fifth Ave., at 89th St.; 212-423-3500
In the first performance of the museum’s three-part “Divine Ricochet” series, where musicians explore the tremors of the rotunda and the current John Chamberlain sculpture exhibit, Barwick’s voice will be layered over Grouper’s ambient Violet Replacement pieces.

Nell Bryden
Rockwood Music Hall; 4/13 at 10 p.m.; 196 Allen St., nr. Houston St. 212-477-4155
The Brooklyn-born songstress sports vintage clothing, a jazzy-bluegrass style, and a classical background: She played the cello for ten years before the tunes of Jimi and Janis changed her musical direction.

Dawn Landes
Mercury Lounge; 4/13 at 7 p.m.; 217 E. Houston St., nr. Ludlow St., 212-260-4700
This Kentucky-bred Southern belle recorded her country-tinged indie folk in her Brooklyn home. She headlines a night including Cheyenne Marie Mize and Donora.

Still Better Than The Beatles: A Tribute to the Shaggs
The Bell House; 4/13 at 8 p.m.; 149 7th St., nr. Second Ave., Gowanus; 718-643-6510
A night in tribute to the sixties all-lady group who only made one album and were called "Better than the Beatles" by Frank Zappa, with performances by Gary Lucas (Captain Beefheart/Jeff Buckley), Elliott Sharp, Supercute! and more.

Amy Ray
The Bell House; 4/14 at 6:30 p.m.; 149 7th St., nr. Second Ave., Gowanus; 718-643-6510
As a solo act, the Indigo Girl leans more toward punk; here she plays after opener Kaia Wilson. Books Behind Bars, an ongoing book drive for prison libraries, will be tabling at the event.


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