9/16/10: Today’s Tips: Thursday

ART EXHIBITION: Robert Gullie’s “Imaginings” @ Siena College’s Yates Gallery, Loudonville. Veteran Nippertown photographer Gullie branches out with the opening of an exhibition of his surrealist collage prints. Artist talk and opening reception at 4pm. FREE. (Related story: Preview)

MUSIC: Lost Radio Rounders @ McKownville United Methodist Church. Acoustic roots music duo of Tom Lindsay and Michael Eck launch a monthly series of benefit concerts with special guests. Tonight’s friends include Jim Gaudet and Bob Ristau (of the Railroad Boys) and Ryan Dunham (of Red Haired Strangers). 7pm. FREE; donations requested. (Related story: Preview)

FILM: “Queen of the Sun” @ The Linda, Albany. A documentary film that explores the crisi of life without bees. Reception at 6pm; screening at 7pm. $6.

ARTS WALK: Third Thursday arts walk @ various locations, Pittsfield. Art, music, crafts, fun and lots more, including the opening of the Housatonic Paper Trail. 5pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Cyro Baptista & Friends @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. He’s recorded without everyone from Yo Yo Ma to Trey Anastasio to Laurie Anderson. Tonight the Brazilian master percussion virtuoso brings along a stellar band of musicians, including Brian Marsella, Tim Keiper and John Lee. The Peter Buettner Trio opens the show. 8pm. $15 general admission.

MUSIC: American Bang @ Jillian’s, Albany. The Nashville rockers land on Pearl Street in support of the self-titled major label debut on Reprise Records. 9pm. $5.

MUSIC: The Inbetweens @ the Howland Center, Beacon. Avant garde guitar strangler Nels Cline of Wilco says, “The Inbetweens are dangerous in the best way.” That’s good enough for me. 8pm. $10.

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