Comin’ Soon…

It’s time to slip into the Way-Back Machine for a double-dose of classic classic-rock when Dave Mason and Leon Russell team up for a double-bill that rolls into The Egg on Saturday, March 6.
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From her hit single “Mother, Mother” to her work with Blue Man Group singer-songwriter-violinist Tracy Bonham has followed her own path. Find out where she’s headed next when she steps into the spotlight at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock on Friday, November 20.
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Looking to December, Caffe Lena in Saratoga Springs has an impressive caledar of shows, including the Danny Kalb Trio (Friday, December 4), Kim Simmonds (Sunday, December 6), the Bobs (Wednesday, December 9), Ramblin Jug Stompers (Friday, December 18), the Burns Sisters (Sunday, December 20) and Annie & the Hedonists (Saturday, December 26).
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Veteran psychedelic country-rockers Max Creek have been cranking out their music for nearly 40 years now, and they ain’t done yet. Catch ’em when they ride into Revolution Hall in Troy on Friday, December 4. Rev Hall has also announced its New Year’s Eve show – John Brown’s Body with Lynch and Nautilus on Thursday, December 31, of course.
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The String Cheese Incident’s Bill Nershi teams up with Scott Law as the acoustic duo Nershi-Law when they land at Red Square in Albany Keegan Ales in Kingston on Friday, November 20. They’ll be joined by the acoustic Americana trio Van Ghost.
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It’s an evening of jazz when NYC saxophonist Paul Carlon teams up with the McCarron Brothers Jazz Quartet at the Hudson Opera House in Hudson on Saturday, November 21.
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Also on the jazz front, singer-pianist Rick DellaRatta returns to the Van Dyck in Schenectady on Friday, November 20.

One Response to “Comin’ Soon…”

  1. August Forte says:

    Nershi-Law/Van Ghost show on Friday, Nov. 20 has been moved from Red Square, Albany to Keegan Ales, Kingston. Thanks!

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