Friday, October 26, 2007

Hear Here 10/26/2007

Club Helsinki: Uncle Monk (feat. Tommy Ramones)
Iron Horse: 7pm Anais Mitchell, Kristen Gass
Iron Horse: 10pm The Breakfast
Pearl St.: 7pm Zombie Halloween Fest, featuring A Sinister Urge: A Tribute to White Zombie and Rob Zombie with special guests College for
Criminals and Harbor Grace
The Elevens: 10pm Alchemystics Halloween Party (413) 586-9155
Revolution Hall: 9pm The Alexis P. Suter Band
RPI: Custom Control, Heffner Alumni House, RPI Campus 8:00PM
The Linda: 11AM Farmer Jason free
The Linda: Wanda Jackson and the Lustre Kings Plus FEATURE FILM: The
Nice Lady With A Nasty Voice, movie @7pm, performance at 8:30pm
Proctors: Dennis DeYoung: The Music of Styx 8pm
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall: Queen Latifah, jazz classics and blues, at 8 p.m., 30 Second St., Troy, N.Y. Information: (518) 273-0038 or
MONTEREY GENERAL STORE: Lance Gallup, soft hits of the '70s, 7 to 9No cover charge. Route 23, Monterey, (413) 528-4437.
Dream Away Lodge: Radio Free Earth

Club Helsinki: Blue Method
Iron Horse: 7pm Mark Erelli, Jason Spooner Trio
Iron Horse: 10pm Drunk Stuntmen - 15th Anniversary Show!
Pearl St.: 8:30pm The Primate Fiasco - The Halloween Happy Pill Circus with special guests The Amity Front, Rusty Belle, Don't, and Circus Sideshows by Circus Folk Unite and Sass Master
The Elevens: 10pm The Aloha Steamtrain, School for the Dead, Spouse, Nuclear Waste Management
PACE: 8pm Steve Biegner with Julia Suriano & opener Mighty Purple Pioneer Arts Center of Easthampton 41 Union Street :413-527-3700
The Linda: 8pm Robbbie Fulks
Proctor's: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa with pianist Warren Jones 8pm One ofthe most famous sopranos in the world presents her North American farewell recital tour.
Helderberg House: Tom Carter, Wovoka, Century Plants, Burnt Hills, 5pm 96 SYCAMORE ST, ALBANY 518-482-2760
Aston Magna: "J.S. Bach and His Contemporaries," music of J.S. Bach, Telemann, Handel and Buxtehude, at 6 p.m., St. James Church, Great Barrington. Tickets: (413) 528-3595 or (800) 875-7156.
Bard College at Simon's Rock: Jacqueline Schwab, pianist for the Ken Burns documentaries and renowned folk and classical improvisational pianist, at 8 p.m., McConnell Theater, Alford Road, Great Barrington. Information: (413) 528-7212.
Hilltown Music: Viva Quetzal/Mawwal, World Music benefit for, Memorial Hall, Shelburne Falls. Information: (413) 625-6878 or
MusicWorks: "Women Composers and Their Salons," featuring Phyllis Curtin, narrator; Virginia Eskin, pianist; Deborah Rentz-Moore, mezzo-soprano, and Mark Ludwig, violist, at 8 p.m., The Lenox Club, 111 Yokun Ave., Lenox; information: (413) 698-2002.
MONTEREY GENERAL STORE:Vikki True, jazz, blues and gospel, 7 to 9. No cover charge. Route 23, Monterey, (413) 528-4437.
Dream Away Lodge: Ten Minute Turns

Club Helsinki: Greg Brown (SOLD OUT)
Iron Horse: Robbie Fulks, Amy Fairchild (7pm)
Caffe Lena: Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart. 47 Phila St., Saratoga Springs, N.Y., (518) 583-0022.

Iron Horse: 8:30pm Rogue Wave, Port O'Brien
Sanctuary for Independent Media: Nosferatu w/ Devil Music Ensemble 7 PM screening and performance.
"Nosferatu, A Symphony of Horror" (F.W. Murnau, 1922) is the classic black and white vampire movie; the Devil Music Ensemble is Brendon Wood (electric guitars, lap steel, analog synthesizer), Jonah Rapino (electric violin & viola, analog synthesizer, vibraphone), and Tim Nylander (drums, percussion, analog synthesizer).

Dreamway Lodge: SUNDAY November 4 
the Dream Away's 2007 FREE SPEECH HOUSE PARTY 
Four p.m. til Ten p.m.. Music, food, entertainment, politics and the unexpected with Bobby Sweet, Mike Merenda and Ruth Ungar of The Mammals, Robby Baier, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Jay Ungar and Molly Mason, Spouse and many other very special guests, relatives and friends...


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