When it comes to Macy Gray, the fabulously idiosyncratic R&B wild woman who completely redefined the sound and look of the American soul diva, one must expect the unexpected. As talented as she is eccentric, Gray’s legacy of weirdness is as rich and infamous as her multiplatinum successes. Gray remains an artist of both formidable capability and unpredictability, and whether she’s operating as her funky alter ego Nemesis Jaxon (of “Slap a Bitch” renown) or back in the saddle as Macy Gray, it’s an always fascinating proposition. Her new album, The Way, delivers all the oddball delights one expects, and tonight’s rare personal appearance should be a satisfyingly freaky blast.

Sat., Nov. 22, 7 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 11/22/14)

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