1/26/17: Today’s Top Tips: Thursday
MUSIC: Mile Twelve @ the Cock ‘n Bull, Galway. The dynamic, Boston-based bluegrass band returns to the Bull, now as a quintet, having recently added mandolinist David Benedict to their line-up. 7:30pm. $15.
MUSIC: San Fermin + NOW Ensemble @ the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy. Direct from the Ecstatic Music Festival, the chamber-pop band teams up with the contemporary classical ensemble for a unique, hypnotic collaboration, and the Hall has landed one of only three of their joint performances. 7:30pm. $25; $15 students.
MUSIC: Ginuwine @ Vapor, Saratoga Springs. “Pony,” the daring first single from his multi-platinum album The Bachelor, peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks for two weeks in late 1996, and reached number six on Billboard’s Hot 100. 9pm. $25.
MUSIC: Joan Shelley @ the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton. Kentucky singer-songwriter Joan Shelley’s beguiling third album Over and Even is as compelling a record as the folk genre has seen in years. With Eric Lee. 7pm. $15.
THEATER: “Southern Comforts” @ Sand Lake Center for the Arts, Averill Park. Barry Streifert directs Circle Theatre Productions’ performance of Kathleen Clark’s romantic play about second chances at love late in life. 8pm. $18: $10 under age 18. Through Sunday, January 29.
MUSIC: The Professors @ Senate Garage, Kingston. The band features members of the SUNY New Paltz Jazz Faculty, including pianist Vinnie Martucci, guitarist Mark Dziuba, bassist John Menegon, drummer Jeff Siegel, vocalist Teri Roiger, saxman David Savitsky and trumpeter Rebecca Coupe-Franks. 7:30pm. $15.
FILM: “A Band Called Death” @ the Madison Theater, Albany. Before Bad Brains, the Sex Pistols or even the Ramones, there was a band called Death – before punk was punk. 7pm. $10; $8 students & seniors.
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