1/12/14: Today’s Tips: Sunday

MUSIC: Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue @ The Egg, Albany. The New Orleans hornman and his electrifying band made their Nippertown debut at Freihofer’s Saratoga Jazz Festival in 2012 with a knock-out performance. And you can bet that they’ll do it all over again tonight. 7:30pm. $29.50, $34.50 & $39.50.

MUSIC: Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys @ the Falcon, Marlboro. One of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in contemporary Zydeco music, Jeffery Broussard continues to be one of the genreā€™s most dynamic performers. 7pm. Donations encouraged.

MUSIC: Robin & Linda Williams @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. The veteran husband-and-wife duo is back, this time around celebrating their new album Back 40 on Red House Records. 3pm. $27. UPDATE: This show is sold out.

MUSIC: Ralph Lalama & Jerry Weldon @ Flights of Fantasy, Colonie. A pair of sax titans blow up a jazz storm at the bookstore with the Joe Barna Trio. 7pm. $10 suggested donation.

MUSIC: The Dave Gleason Trio @ Provence, Albany. The two-hour jazz concert will be followed by an hour-long open jam session. 4pm.

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MUSIC: The Warp/the Weft @ the Half Moon, Hudson. Trippy freak folk led by Shane Murphy. With Kilborne & Co. 9pm. $5.

MUSIC: Jonathan Biss @ Union College’s Memorial Chapel, Schenectady. The classical pianist returns with a program that features the works of Brahms, Kurtag, Chopin and Beethoven. 3pm. $25; $10 students.

MUSIC: Schenectady Symphony Orchestra @ Proctors, Schenectady. “An Afternoon of Arias and Broadway Hits.” 3pm.

THEATER: “Good People” @ Curtain Call Theatre, Latham. David Lindsay-Abaire’s play examines the dangerous consequences of holding onto the past… or leaving it behind. Regional premiere directed by Chris Foster. 3pm.

MUSIC: The Megan Houde Duo @ Nanola, Malta. 12noon. FREE.

MUSIC: Tony Jefferson & Groovocity @ the Falcon, Marlboro. A jazz brunch session with Tony Jefferson (drums/vocals), Derrick James (alto sax), Luke Franco (guitar) and Alex Smith (organ). 10am. Donations encouraged.

THEATER: “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told” @ the Albany Masonic Hall, Albany. Confetti Stage presents Paul Rudnick’s comedic and heartwarming re-imagining of the Bible from the perspective of Adam and Steve, the world’s first couple. 2pm. $15 Through Sunday, January 19.

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