(Tractor) While I adore damn near everything the Posies have ever done (I still rock Frosting on the Beater and Amazing Disgrace a couple of times a month, at least), I've yet to be completely mesmerized by singer Ken Stringfellow's solo efforts. His latest, Danzig in the Moonlight, might just be the album to break that trend. With vaudevillian, waltzy rhythms, much of the album feels like it was ripped from a big production stage show. Songs like "Drop Your Pride," laced with horns and slithering woodwinds, make me picture synchronized dancers in glitzy flapper dresses. To bring the songs to life, Stringfellow will be performing with the Maldives as his backing band, and it will probably be quite magical. Curtains for You open tonight's show, and tomorrow's bill features Star Anna, the local alt-country crooner with the perfectly heartbreaking voice.