11/7/10: Today’s Tips: Sunday
Did you remember to turn your clocks back last night?
MUSIC: Roy Loney @ Market Market Cafe, Rosendale. Lead singer of the legendary garage-rockin’ bands the Flamin Groovies and the Phantom Movers takes the stage backed by surf-rockers Purple K’nif (who will also open the show with a set of their own). 8pm. $5.
COMEDY:Kathy Griffin @ The Palace Theatre, Albany. From the D-list to the spotlight at the Palace… 7pm. $28-$98
MUSIC: Sunny and Her Joy Boys featuring Duke Robillard (PDF) @ Clifton Park Halfmoon Library. That’s right. Duke Robillard playing for free. In a library. You can bet that nobody’s gonna shush him. 2pm. FREE (registration requested: register online, stop by the Welcome Desk or phone the Library at 518-371-8622)
BOOK FAIR: 15th Annual Chronicle Book Fair @ The Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls. The Chronicle brings in more than 120 authors, book sellers, publishers and non-profit groups to participate in this annual event. 11am-4pm. FREE
MUSIC: Eric Andersen @ Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs. From his ’60s folk classics like “Thirsty Boots” and “Violets of Dawn” to his stellar recent albums “Blue Rain” and “Waves,” Andersen has been at the forefront of the singer-songwriter movement. With Davey O. 7pm. $25 in advance; $27 at the door.
MUSIC: George Winston @ Wood Theater, Glens Falls. You can call it “new age” if you like, but George Winston describes his music as “American rural piano.” Also expect to hear some selections from his new album, Love Will Come: The Music of Vince Guaraldi, Vol. 2.” 7:30pm. $48
MUSIC: Mary Black @ The Egg, Albany. Hot on the heels of the stellar concert by Maura O’Connell and Paul Brady, The Egg welcomes another of Ireland’s finest singers. Singer/songwriter Roisin O opens the show. 7:30pm. $30