Laura Marling at the Wexner Center

Staff Writer
Columbus Alive

Some teenage folk singers revel in adolescent angst. (In fact, some grown-up folk singers do that too.) Even at age 17, Laura Marling sounded sultry, savvy and confident, her compositions transcending generation and genre. Now two decades old, Marling is stopping at the Wex in support of sophomore offering "I Speak Because I Can," an album about "responsibility, particularly the responsibility of womanhood." Smoke Fairies and Pete Roe will play too.

When: 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 5

Where: Wexner Center for the Arts, Campus