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The incredibly versatile and shockingly talented Cartells are not just a great band, they're a Connecticutians' musical birthright, by God!
The Cartells have an event-ready song list of over 200 tunes from classical to dance/funk, big band and swing to rock, pop, balladry and - well, it's probably easier to list what the Cartells can't play (and I don't know what that would be).
On Saturday, The Cartells perform in North Stonington's Wheeler Library as part of their "Music on Main" community concert series. As always, wine, beer and light refreshments will be available for purchase, and all proceeds benefit the library.
Go ahead, request Carole King or Los Lonely Boys, Shania Twain or Wilson Pickett, Miles Davis or Randy Newman ... and on and on. Or just sit back and/or dance. Above all, enjoy.
- RICK KOSTER
The Cartells, 7 p.m. Saturday, Wheeler Library, 101 Main St., North Stonington; Music on Main Community Concert Series; $20 adults, $10 students and children; (860) 535-0383, wheelerlibrary.org./concerts.