Friday, September 29, 2006

Hear Here September 29, 2006

Friday September 29

Flywheel 6:30pm 413-527-9800
CUZIN D Indie / Acoustic / Alternative New York City After almost a year and a half, Cuzin D returns with new songs from his upcoming CD.
THE UNCOMFORTABLES All we want is a good time and get along. And for everyone else to have a good time and get along.
ENTRANCE Psychedelic / Blues / Other Entrance is definitely inspired by what some would call The Movement, from the Beats and the early non-violent Civil Rights struggles, all the way through to Hippies, Yippies, Black Panthers, Timothy Leary, punk rock, the Anti- Globalization Movements of today, current Anti-War activists like Cindy Sheehan, and the struggling oppressed people of the world who against great odds fight a spiritual battle everyday to maintain their basic human power and dignity.
Play Uncomfortables La La La 2:39


The BerkShares local currency program will have its grand kick-off on at 7 p.m. at the Mahaiwe Performing

Arts Center with a free local variety show showcasing over 25 area musicians, dancers and artists. The show

includes dancers from Berkshire Pulse, Vikki True, Drs. Joe Gold and Brian Burke from Barrington Jazz

Quartet, the HooDoo Rhythm Dogs and Martina Laska. Tickets are available at the Southern Berkshire Chamber of

Commerce Visitor and Information Center at 362 Main St. in Great Barrington and at the Mahaiwe Performing

Arts Center box office at (413) 528-0100.

Howard Fishman
Play: Superstitious 3:04

The Egg 8pm 518-473-1845
Old Crow Medicine Show - Down Home Girl 3:49

Iron Horse 7pm
Chris Pureka, Gregory Alan Isakov - CD Release Show
Play: Chris Pureka - Burning Bridges
Play: Gregory Alan Isakov - Black and Blue

Red Square 9pm 518-432-8584
Broadcast Live
Play Underground

Saturday September 30

Valentines 518-432-6572
Downstairs @ 9pm
knotworking / Slow Learner / French Press Marie
Play: French Press Marie - In Reverse 3:04

Roots Nation

Festival Latino

The 11th annual festival will be held from 4 to 9 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, Main Street, Lee,

part of Lee Founders' Weekend. The festival features Caribbean Latin American folkloric dancers Piel Canela

Dance Co.; musical group Oriki Omi Oddara; Viva Mexico Lindo, a folkloric dance group; Michoacan, a Mariachi

band ; Ritmos Colombianos, a folkloric group from Colombia; Albany Salsa School's Rueda-Salsa demo; and the

Xtravaganza Latin Dance Co. from Springfield; and more. Admission is free. For more information, visit Festival moves at 9:30 p.m. to Bogie's, 935 South Main St., Great Barrington.

Colonial Theatre

Berkshire Brass Spectacular features a free family concert, "Meet the Brass" emceed by Rolf Smedvig and

featuring Michelle Perry, French hornist and Jon Nelson, trumpeter. At 8 p.m., "Song and Dance" performed by

Empire Brass with guest artists The Berkshire Highlanders and Pipe Major John O'Connor; dancers from the

School of the Berkshire Ballet and Cantarella School of Dance; Cantilena Chamber Choir; singer Don Wescott;

violinist Rick Tiven and singer Robby Baier with pop/rock band Melodrome. 111 South Street, Pittsfield. For

ticket information, call (413) 997-4444.


The "Evening With The Artist Jazz Series" presents The Don Byron Ivey Divey Trio at 8 p.m. 339 Central Ave.,

(Corner of Quail and Central), Albany, N.Y. For tickets, visit or call (518) 465-5233, ext.

PLAY: The Goon Drag - 3:18

Sunday October 1

Colonial Theatre

Berkshire Brass Spectacular presents a free concert by the United States Coast Guard Band featuring the

winner of the Armando Ghitalla Award in Johann Nepomuk Hummel's Trumpet Concerto, at 2:30 p.m. 111 South

Street, Pittsfield. For ticket information, call (413) 997-4444.

The Egg

Tower of Power, melding of jazz, funk, rock, soul, rhythm and blues, will perform, part of "Roots & Branches"

concert series, at 7 p.m. Empire State Plaza, Albany, N.Y. For tickets, call (518) 473-1845.
Play: the skunk the goose and the fly

Free Speech Festival

A Free Speech Festival 2006 featuring Guy Davis, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, Roy Brown/Tito Auger/Tao

Rodriguez-Seeger, The Mammals, Hammel on Trial, Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion on the outdoor stage in a

pre-election music festival with political satire, entertainment and information. The festival will also

feature booths with information pertaining to free speech, the environment, current politics and labor

issues. All candidates for public office of all political affiliations have been invited to be present. Noon

till midnight, 1342 County Road, Becket. For more information, call (413) 623-8725.
Jay Ungar and Molly Mason - Snowstorm
The Mammals - Do not go quietly untio your grave

Wednesday October 4

Colonial Theatre

Leo Kottke, acoustic guitar stylist, will perform at 8 p.m. 111 South Street, Pittsfield. For more

information, call (413) 997-4444.
Play: Mockingbird Hill (talkover)

Thursday October 5

Jeff Lang - Can't Raise my Head


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