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It’s been 13 years since Juliette Lewis played Mallory Knox in Oliver Stone’s blockbuster bloodbath “Natural Born Killers,” but the 34-year-old starlet still hasn’t lost her edge.

On Nov. 9, Lewis and her band, The Licks, will be hitting Luna Lounge in Williamsburg in support of “Four on the Floor,” their latest record which features songs like “Hot Kiss” and “Sticky Honey,” which may be under-the-radar in the United States, but were hits in the UK. And though she’s been a bit of a stranger to the silver screen lately, Lewis still manages to shine like a star; she’s known for wearing metallic bodysuits and extreme makeup on stage.

Juliette and The Licks will play at 10:30 pm on Nov. 9 at Luna Lounge (361 Metropolitan Ave. at Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg). Tickets are $16, $18 day of. For information, visit

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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