6/22/10: Today’s Tips: Tuesday

MUSIC: Ted Nugent @ Northern Lights, Clifton Park. From his early days rocking with the Amboy Dukes to his more recent stint as “reality show” go-to guy (“Supergroup,” “Wanted: Ted or Alive,” “Surviving Nugent”), the Nuge has always been fearlessly outspoken. And tirelessly rockin’, as he proves once again with his current Trample the Weak, Hurdle the Dead Tour. With Val Halla as opening act. 8pm. $28.

FILM: “The Gay Divorcee” @ PS21, Chatham. The 1934 screwball musical comedy features not only the dazzling dance duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, but also Betty Grable singing “Let’s Knock Knees.” 8:30pm. Free.

THEATER: “Freud’s Last Session” @ Barrington Stage Co.’s Stage II, Pittsfield. It’s opening night as the hit of last summer’s theater-in-the-Berkshires season, Mark St. Germain lively, thoughtful play returns for a brief run (through July 3) before heading off to NYC for an off-Broadway run. Directed by Tyler Marchant. 7:30pm. $30.

MUSIC: The Accents @ Cook Park, Colonie. The Tuesdays in the Park concert series heats up with the partyin’ Accents featuring Veni Lagon and Jeanette DeJesus at the mics. 6:30pm. Free.

MUSIC: The James Hunter Band @ the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. Part Jackie Wilson, part Roy Head, part Joe Tex, the British blue-eyed soul singer whips up the Iron Horse. Bring your dancing shoes. 7pm. $28.

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