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Originally published Friday, May 10, 2013 at 5:31 AM

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Kate Nash to play Crocodile

British singer Kate Nash has been only modestly successful in the U.S., but she may find some new fans at her all ages show at the Crocodile Wednesday, May 15.

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Kate Nash launched her career in her native Britain in 2007 with the bright pop of her chart-topping album “Made of Bricks.” On subsequent releases (including this year’s “Girl Talk” album), she’s mixed it up with indie rock and neo-soul (think Amy Winehouse). She’s so far only enjoyed modest success in the U.S., but this club date on what Nash is calling her “Because I Am A Girl” tour should win her some new converts — especially as the show is all ages. 9 p.m. Wednesday at the Crocodile; $15 advance (206-441-4618 or www.thecrocodile.com).

Gillian G. Gaar, Special to The Seattle Times

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