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September 21, 2014 6:03 PM

Sam Baker, Mary Gauthier hold Kansas City crowd spellbound with their songwriting

Sam Baker and Mary Gauthier, two gifted songwriters, enchanted a crowd of more than 800 on Saturday night at the Folly Theater with simple, solo-acoustic versions of some of their best material.

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