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Comin’ soon…

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Here are a few newly announced shows that you might want to add to your personal concert calendar:

Peter Yorn

Peter Yorn

Up in Saratoga Springs, Caffe Lena has a bountiful harvest of concerts on tap in October, highlighted by jazz master Mose Allison (Sunday, October 4), guitar virtuoso Peppino D’Agostino (Friday, October 9), the double-bill of Bread & Bones with Hungrytown (Friday, October 16) and singer-songwriter Pierce Pettis (Sunday, October 25). But the big show of the month promises to be a very special “Celebration of the Life of Lena Spencer” on Sunday, October 11, hosted by Addie & Olin-Unleashed! and featuring performances by Terri Huxtable & Liz Hood, Frank Orsini & Peter Davis, Linda Schrade & David Kiphuth, Greg Clarke and George Ward.

Popmeister Pete Yorn – whose duet album with Scarlett Johansson, “Break Up,” was recently released on Atco Records – makes a tour stop at The Egg on Wednesday, November 4.

The University at Albany has a pair of notable concerts on its back-to-school schedule this fall. Jazz trumpeter Wallace Roney brings his quintet into the UAlbany Campus Center Ballroom on Friday, September 25. And there’s a big double-bill with Girl Talk and Reel Big Fish slated for Thursday, November 5 on campus, but unfortunately that one’s a students-only affair.

Davy Jones (left) and Peter Noone

Davy Jones (left) and Peter Noone

In this corner, it’s British cutie Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits. And in this corner, it’s cuddly toy Davy Jones of the Monkees. yes, it’s a Trans-Atlantic Battle of the ’60s Teen Heart-Throbs at the Sixties Spectacular concert on the Mainstage at Proctors in Schenectady on Saturday, March 27. Rounding out the bill are the Grassroots featuring Rob Grill and American Cafe led by Trish Anderson.

Tribute band the Pink Floyd Experience returns to the Palace Theatre in Albany on Saturday, February 20.

And straight outta the wilds of Duluth, Minnesota comes the bluegrass ‘n’ more band Trampled by Turtles. They’ll land at the Ale House in Troy on Saturday, October 17.


Hanging Out at First Friday, 8/7/09

Monday, August 10th, 2009

The first Friday of every month is Albany’s famed First Friday arts walk, with exhibits and events along Lark Street, Central Avenue, Delaware Avenue and downtown. Here’s what caught our eye on our latest jaunt:



The Cock'N'Bull RestaurantCartoonist John CaldwellHolly & EvanCaffe LenaJim Gaudet and the Railroad BoysAdvertise on Nippertown!Albany PoetsLeave Regular Radio BehindHudson SoundsArtist Charles HaymesBerkshire On StageThe LindaRamblin Jug Stompers