10/9/16: Today’s Top Tips: Sunday

October 9th, 2016, 7:00 am by Greg

MUSIC: Graham Nash @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. No Crosby. No Stills. No Young. Just two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Nash on his This Path Tonight Tour. 7:30pm. $36, $46, $56 & $66.

FESTIVAL: Troy Chowderfest @ various locations, Troy. Lots of free homegrown music from Cryin’ Out Loud, Micheal Eck, the Getdown, Pony in the Pancake and lots more around town. And, oh, yeah, lots of chowder, too. 12noon-4pm. FREE. GO HERE for more info and complete music schedule…

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MUSIC: Pierce Pettis @ Caffe Lena at Universal Preservation Hall, Saratoga Springs. He’s one of the most insightful songwriters on the contemporary folk circuit. And he wrote Garth Brooks’ No. 1 hit, “You Move Me.” 7pm. $22.

MUSIC: Kaia Kater @ Dewey Memorial Hall, Sheffield. The red-hot African-Canadian clawhammer banjo gal rambles into town in support of her knock-out sophomore album, Nine Pin. 7:30pm. $20.

FEST/MUSIC: O+ Festival @ various locations, Kingston. Day Three of the music, arts & wellness fest features music by Blueberry, the Sweet Clementines, Mariana & Gabriel, Miracle Whips, the Tins and lots more. Music starts at 4pm. GO HERE for more info…

MUSIC: The Denny Laine Band @ the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Wings Over America tour with a performance of Band on the Run in its entirety (and other choice songs). 7pm. $30.

MUSIC: Ustad Kamal Sabri @ the Albany Hindu Temple, Loudonville. The legendary second generation Sarangi virtuoso offers an intimate concert. 2pm.

MUSIC: Magdalena Kozena @ Union College’s Memorial Chapel, Schenectady. The acclaimed Czech mezzo-soprano teams up with pianist Malcolm Martineau to perform works by Dvorák, Wolf, Strauss, Fauré and Schoenberg. 3pm. $30; FREE students.

FESTIVAL: Goold Orchard Apple Festival @ the Goold Orchard, Schodack. With music by Hair of the Dog at 1pm. $10: FREE age 12 & under.

MUSIC: Peter Mulvey @ Colegrove Park, North Adams. If you missed him at Caffe Lena, you can catch the singer-songwriter outdoors. 2pm. FREE.

MUSIC: Sheila Jordan & Cameron Brown @ The Falcon, Marlboro. The veteran jazz vocalist and her longtime bassist play an intimate duo show. 7pm. Donations encouraged.

CIRCUS: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus XTREME @ the Times Union Center, Albany. More clowns! 2pm.

THEATER: “Outside Mullingar” @ Capital Repertory Theatre, Albany. This charmer of a play by Pulitzer Prize winner John Patrick Shanley whisks you away on a delightful journey to the farmlands of Ireland and the unlikely romance between two middle-aged neighbors. 2pm. $20-$55. Through Sunday, October 16. GO HERE to read review…

MUSIC: The Dadtet @ DoubleTree Hotel, Schenectady. Brian Patneaude, Dave Fisk, David Gleason, Ben O’Shea, Mike Lawrence and Andrew Hearn. 4pm. Followed by an hour-long jam session at 6pm. $15; $5 students.

FESTIVAL: Schuylerville Fall Festival @ various locations, Schuylerville. The inaugural harvest fest features food, art, a family-friendly scavenger hunt and live music by Citizen’s Treasure, Dave Meehan & Friends, Lucas Sconzo & Barry Hyman, Nicholas Kopp, Two Bits, Jeanine Ouderkirk, In Spite of Ourselves and more. 1-5pm. FREE.

THEATER: “The Bakelite Masterpiece” @ the Unicorn Theatre, Stockbridge. The American premiere. It’s the end of World War II, and Holland is in chaos. The artist Van Meegeren is arrested. His crime? Selling a long-lost painting by the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer to the Nazi leader, Hermann Goering. 2pm. Through Sunday, October 23.

COMEDY: Bill Blank @ Funny Bone, Guilderland. 7pm. $10.

MUSIC: Throat Culture @ the Low Beat, Albany. With Bleak, Hellkeeper and Dead Letters. 8pm. $6.

THEATER: “Disenchanted” @ Proctors, Schenectady. Last chance! Poison apples. Glass slippers. Who needs ’em?! This sassy, subversive, not-for-the-kiddies musical offers quite a different look at Disney’s fairy tale princesses. 1:30 & 6:30pm. $40.

THEATER: “Unnecessary Farce” @ the Sand Lake Center for the Arts, Averill Park. The Circle Theatre Players present a funny, laugh-out-loud, zany comedy directed by Cheryl Charbonneau. 2:30pm. $18; $10 if under age 18. Through Sunday, October 16.

THEATER: Confetti Fest 12 ­@ Albany Masonic Temple, Albany. Five original short, one-act plays written by local playwrights – Kate Carter, Val Kavanaugh, Julie Demers, Amy Sarah Lamena and Steve Henel. 2pm. $15; $10​ students. Through Sunday, October 16.