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B-52s singer Cindy Wilson releases new EP, announces Atlanta appearances


As a precursor to her debut solo album, “Change,” B-52s singer Cindy Wilson has unveiled her second solo EP, “Supernatural.”

The co-founder of the beloved Georgia New Wave-dance-pop band released the five-song album on Feb. 28, her 60th birthday; it’s available for streaming or purchase exclusively via Bandcamp .

“Supernatural” follows Wilson’s September 2016 EP, “Sunrise,” and features an instrumental remix of the song “Take My Time,” first heard on “Sunrise.”

Wilson will also hit the road with her solo band for a handful of dates this month, including March 10 at Venkman’s. Tickets for the 9:30 p.m. show are $20-$35 and available here . Prior to the show, at 6:30 p.m. March 10, she’ll appear at Criminal Records for a CD signing (purchase the CD version of either “Sunrise” or “Supernatural” at Criminal Records to attend).

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It’s going to be a busy month for Wilson. In a few weeks, she heads to Austin for the annual SXSW Conference & Festivals, where she is listed as a Musical Influencer at the conference and will perform March 18 at the Side Bar for the Athens in Austin Party.

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Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers the Atlanta Music Scene and entertainment news for print and online.

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