2/2/13: Today’s Tips: Saturday

MUSIC: Superhuman Happiness @ MASS MoCA’s Club B-10, North Adams. Saxophonist Stuart Bogie leads this unique combination of funky Afrobeat and infectious electronica. 8pm. $12 in advance; $16 at the door; students $10. More info here…

DANCE: “Scattered” @ Proctors, Schenectady. Acclaimed U.K. dance theatre company Motionhouse brings their visually stunning production to the U.S. for the first time. 8pm. $20, $35, $40 & $45.

MUSIC: The Mysteios @ the River Street Beat Shop, Troy. The groovy garage-rockers celebrate the release of their new disc, Play Louder! 2pm. FREE. More info here…

MUSIC: Greg Brown @ The Egg, Albany. Becoming well known nationally as a regular performer on “A Prairie Home Companion” in the ’80s, with his sandpaper-coarse but sensitive baritone, the veteran singer-songwriter offers keen insights into the realities and foibles of modern life tinged with a hefty dose of humor. 8pm. $24.

READING: Legs McNeil & Gillian McCain @ the Limbo Bar & Grill, Gloversville. The punk pioneer and his co-author read from their classic 2006 book “Please Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk.” McNeil will also read from his new book “Live Through This.” The readings will be followed by a one-hour Q&A session and a performance by Sex Pistols tribute band Brendan & the Scabs. 8pm. $15. More info here…

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COMEDY: Lisa Lampanelli @ The Egg, Albany. She’s the Queen of Mean, and says been heralded by Howard Stern as “a true original and a brilliant comedy mind who’ll steal the show every time.” 7 & 10pm. $37.75. UPDATE: The 7pm show is officially sold out.

MUSIC: Jack Landron @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. The return of the singer-songwriter who performed on the very first night that the legendary Caffe opened back in May, 1960. 8pm. $18 in advance; $20 at the door.

MUSIC: Knyghts of Fuzz @ Pauly’s Hotel, Albany. Garage rockin’. With Bourbon Scum. 9pm.

FILM: Fritz Lang’s “Die Nibelungen,” Part I: “Siegfried” @ Time + Space Limited, Hudson. 2pm. $10; students $7.50.

MUSIC: Amy Rigby & Wreckless Eric @ the Parlor Room, Northampton. With Ray Mason. 8pm. UPDATE: This show is officially sold out.

MUSIC: The Erin Harkes Band @ Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Troy. It’s guitarist Blaze’s birthday. 10pm FREE.

FESTIVAL/MUSIC: The Winter Hoot @ the Ashokan Center, Olive Bridge. The three-day festival is organized by Mike + Ruthy with a line-up of performers that includes Amy Helm, Spirit Family Reunion, Jeffrey Lewis, Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower, Rosie Newton & Richie Stearns with caller Kristin Andreassen. 12noon. Pay-what-you-can; $30-50 suggested donation.

MUSIC: Khris Royal & Dark Matter @ the MCLA Venable Gymnasium, North Adams. It’s Night Two of the eighth annual MCLA Blues & Funk Festival, featuring the New Orleans saxophonist and his alt-funk band. The Arthur Holmes Blues Band opens the show. 7:30pm. $10.

MUSIC: The Nellies @ the Troy Farmers Market at the Atrium, Troy. Americana-bluegrass with a rootsy, happy twist and fine harmonies. Featuring Karen Ann Gilpin & Peggy Lecuyer. 9am-12noon. FREE.

READING: The Poetry Brothel @ the BSP Lounge, Kingston. A uniquely immersive poetry experience that takes poetry outside classrooms and places it in the lush atmosphere of a recreated turn-of-the-century bordello. Featuring Eliz Cunningham, Cait Johnson, Brett Bevell, Maura McMahon O’Meara, Gary Siegel, Francine Glasser and more… 7pm. $10.

MUSIC: The Erin Harkes Band @ Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, Troy. 9pm. FREE.

MUSIC: 3 @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. Featuring Joey Eppard, Chris Gartmann, Billy Riker and Daniel Grimsland. With Stellar Young. 9pm. $15.

THEATER: “The Last Five Years” @ the Arts Center of the Capital Region, Troy. Troy Civic Theatre presents Jason Robert Brown’s musical that chronicles the five-year relationship between a rising novelist and an aspiring actress. Directed by Rachael Sheffer. 8pm. $15; students & seniors $13.

MUSIC: The New York Philharmonic Principal Brass Quintet @ Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center, Sarataoga Springs. Conducted by Michael Meidenbauer. 8pm. $8; seniors $5; students & children FREE.

COMEDY: Melvin George II @ the Van Dyck, Schenectady. With Aaron David Ward. 8:30pm. $15.

FILM: “The Blue Angel” @ Time + Space Limited, Hudson. Josef von Sternberg’s 1930 classic starring Marlene Dietrich. 7pm. $7; students $5.

MUSIC: The Reverberators @ Pinhead Susan’s, Schenectady. 9pm.

FILM: “Goldfinger” @ Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, Great Barrington. The 1964 spy gem was Sean Connery’s third turn as Bond… James Bond. 7pm. $7.

MUSIC: Tapestry Trio @ Muddy’s, Watervliet. Acoustic trio featuring Aimee Harrell, Dave Render and Steve Karpinski. 9pm. FREE.

FILM: “Ruggles of Red Gap” @ Time + Space Limited, Hudson. Classic 1935 movie starring Charles Laughton. 5pm. $7; students $5.

2 Responses to “2/2/13: Today’s Tips: Saturday”

  1. Darryl Rabideau says:

    Don’t forget there’s a terrific ICFS event tonight at Proctor’s G.E. Theater in Schenectady. The DJANGO UN-TARATINO’ed, Spaghetti Western Triple Feature at 7pm. Tix are $9 Adults, $6 for Students with ID.

    https://www.proctors.org/events/django-un-tarantinoed

  2. pkazee says:

    Thanks for the love, Mr. R. Last night’s Godzilla double-feature was sold out, but – as one of the programmers – it is actually tonight’s TRIPLE FEATURE that I hold closest to my heart. DJANGO, of course, is legendary, but it’s never been better thanks to an all new, much improved translation restoring all of this classic’s original gravitas. And DJANGO KILL! is nothing short of a revelation with its new translation. It is notorious for being the most cynical and surreal of the Spaghetti Westerns, but now its intelligence is also fully on view. Then there’s our 3rd “secret” feature that many fans of the genre count as their favorite of all of the Italian-produced Westerns.

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