5/7/12: Today’s Tips: Monday

MUSIC: Scotty Mac & the Rockin’ Bonnevilles @ Club Helsinki, Hudson. The JB Scott’s Reunion has come and gone, but reunion fever is still in the air. Now it’s the Rockin’ Bonnevilles’ turn to step back into the spotlight after a four-year hiatus, led by Scotty Mac’s rootsy guitar work, Ted Hennessy’s honking harp and twangin’ vocals with the versatile rhythm section of bassist Johnny Ellis and the newest Bonneville, drummer Pete Vumbacco (taking over for Chad Ploss, who is now with the Audiostars). 8pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Jim Gaudet & the Railroad Boys @ McGeary’s, Albany. Sparkling bluegrass picking and singing, wry folk tunes and some delightfully deadpan humor, too. 7:15pm. FREE.

FILM: “Yellow Submarine” @ Spectrum 8 Theatres, Albany. Here come the Blue Meanies… 7pm. $9.25; seniors $7.50; children $6.50.

MUSIC: Bermuda @ Bogie’s, Albany. The Cali prog metal band showcases its new album, “The Wandering,” slated for release tomorrow. With Float Face Down, Creations, Adaliah, Crashing Funerals. 5:30pm.

ART TALK: Matei Bejenaru @ MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams. The Romanian mixed media artist – who will be featured in a solo show in August in one of the DownStreet Art galleries – speaks about his socially engaged artwork: installations, documentary photographs and video and public performances that examine the multi-layered impact of globalization on local communities. 5pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Boxcar @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. The Saugerties-based alt-folk-country band is headed by singer-songwriter Jorge Valcarcel. 8pm. FREE.

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