6/28/12: Today’s Tips: Thursday
MUSIC/THEATER: Roger Waters’ “The Wall” @ the Times Union Center, Albany. “We don’t need no education…” 8pm. $58, $78, $102 & $202.
MUSIC: Knyghts of Fuzz @ Valentine’s Music Hall, Albany. With Bourbon Scum. It’s a record release bash for the two bands’ snappy new seven-inch vinyl split EP featuring KoF’s “Genny” and “Fleshtones Saved My Life” along with BS’s “No Romance” and “Rumble”… plus a cool little comic book. With the Mysteios. 8pm.
MUSIC: Dickey Betts & Great Southern @ Riverfront Park, Albany. The Ramblin’ Man rambles into Alive at Five! With Kirsten Thien. 5pm. FREE.
PERFORMANCE: “Frame Upon Frame – Chapter 1: God’s Woods” @ Time + Space Limited, Hudson. Written by Linda Mussmann and performed by Claudia Bruce and Gerald Von Stoddard, the performance weaves together video and 8mm movie clips with the live music on stage. 7:30pm. $10. Also 7:30pm on Friday and Saturday.
MUSIC: Skidmore Summer Jazz Institute Faculty Sextet @ Skidmore College’s Zankel Music Center, Saratoga Springs. Featuring Bill Cunliffe, Todd Coolman, Dennis Mackrel, Pat LaBarbera, Bobby Shew and Curtis Fuller. 8pm. FREE.
MUSIC: Wild Adriatic @ North Pearl Street, Albany. It’s Alive After Five, and the downtown outdoor street fest keeps the party kickin’. 8pm. FREE.
ART RECEPTION: “2012 Artists of the Mohawk Hudson Region” @ UAlbany’s University Art Museum, Albany. Yeah, we just call it the Regional. As juried by Nato Thompson, the selected artists are Amanda Bengle, Colin Boyd, Allen Bryan, Bennett Campbell, Paul Chapman, Yaminay Nasir Chaudhri, Mandi Coburn, Peter Crabtree, Chris DeMarco, Abraham Ferraro, Sarah Fuhrman, Mimi Czajka Graminski, Sarah Haze, David Hopkins, William Jaeger, Pooh Kaye, Tatana Kellner, Ingrid Ludt, Warren MacMillan, Mark McCarty, Nathan Meltz, Sanford Mirling, Gina Occhiogrosso, Philip J. Palmieri, Penny Perkins, Linda Pinkans, Alana Sparrow, Pamela Wallace, Sandra Wimer and Allen Yates. Opening reception from 5-8pm; awards announced at 6:30pm. FREE. The exhibit runs through Saturday, September 8.
CABARET: “The More Things Change” @ the Wood Theater, Glens Falls. Adirondack Theatre Festival’s Second Act Cabaret stars Joe Kinosian and Kellen Blair, two of the nation’s hottest up-and-coming theater writers. 9:30pm. Through Saturday.
READING: Shirley Jackson Day @ the McCullough Free Library, North Bennington. Celebrate one of Bennington’s best-known authors. Barry Hyman and Jai Holly, two of Jackson’s children, will read published and unpublished work by the author of “The Lottery.” Includes a brief musical introduction by Barry Hyman. 7pm. FREE.
MUSIC: Off the Record @ Waterford Public Library. It’s the kick-off of the weekly Backlot Music Festival with the ’60 futurist trio.
5pm. UPDATE: Start time is 6pm. FREE.
MUSIC: The Sierra Leone Refugee Allstars @ the Bearsville Theater, Woodstock. The African band rolls into Woodstock in support of their new album, “Radio Salone.” With We Must Be. 9pm. $20.
MUSIC: Agnostic Front @ Chameleons, Pittsfield. The legendary hardcore band celebrates the re-release of their album “Live at CBGB’s,” 30 years after recording it. With the Damaged, Blood War and Malicious Tendencies. 8pm. $15; under 21 $20.
ARTS WALK: DownStreet Art @ various locations, North Adams. The monthly summer arts walk and culture celebration features live performances, pop-up and permanent gallery openings, public art unveilings, happenings and businesses will be open late with specials. All events are family friendly. 5-8pm. FREE.
MUSIC: Eddie Money @ Vapor, Saratoga Springs. If you’re a Money fan, two tickets to paradise will set you back $60 tonight. 9pm. $30.
MUSIC: The Dave Fisk Quintet @ Jay Street, Schenectady. 12noon. FREE.
PERFORMANCE: “For You I Feel Lucky” @ Verizon Wireless Zone, North Adams. At DownStreet Art’s 2012 inaugural arts walk, Boston painter and performance artist Jessica Gath offers a participatory performance at 7:30 & 8:30pm. Space is limited, and latecomers will not be admitted. Advance reservations available by emailing Carolyn Larson at [email protected]
DANCE: Mark Morris Dance Group @ Tanglewood, Lenox. At Ozawa Hall. 8pm. $19-$63. Also at 8pm Friday.
MUSIC: Kevin & Katie McKrell @ Power’s Irish Pub, Clifton Park. 7pm.
THEATER: “Canterbury Tales” @ Basilica Hudson, Hudson. An adaptation of Chaucer’s work by the Hudson Teen Theatre Project. 8pm. FREE. Through Saturday.
MUSIC: The John Angerosa Trio @ the Stockade Inn, Schenectady. 7pm. FREE.
MUSIC: The Resonators @ the Ice House, Saratoga Springs. 9pm.
MUSIC: The Electric City Chorus @ Guilderland Performing Arts Center, Guilderland. 7:30pm. FREE.
MUSIC: Grand Central Station @ Taste, Albany. 6pm.
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