Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Hear Here For February 27 - March 5, 2009.

Helsinki: Golem (9pm)
Main St. Public House: Blue Ribbon Boys (9pm, philmont,
Flavours: The Alchemystics
The Elevens: School for the Dead, So Very Small, Twin Berlin, The Angels Share
PACE: Electric Junkyard Gamelan (8pm,
Montague Book Mill: Ralph White, Thurston Moore, Ron Schneiderman/Andy Crespo duo (8pm,
Iron Horse: Fred Eaglesmith (7pm)
Valentines: Jennifer O'Connor, Rankz Nicolay, Knotworking (7pm,
Caffe Lena: Mark Erelli
Linda: Basso Moderno Duo -- solo bassist Allan Von Schenkel and pianist Kristen Williams, are joined by the Capitol District Youth Chorale for an evening of lyrical new music from all over the world. Other guests include Native American storyteller Dawn Standing Woman and native flutist Eric Marzak as well as classical guitarist Harry Pellegrin. (
Revolution Hall: Aficionado, pelham123, We Are Architects, back from japan, jenkins (9pm,
Red Square: The Stitch, Organimatic, Avi & Celia (8pm,
Castle St.: BTUs (
Lion's Den: Ras Moon
Hudson Opera House: Jay Ungar & Molly Mason
Bennington College: Dirty Projectors, Icy Demons

Dewey Hall: Mitzi Pillow (7:30pm, Sheffield,
Bogies: Crankenstein (528-5959)
Mahaiwe: Albany Symphony Orchestra: Visionary Heroes (7:30pm,, 528-0100)
Mission: Songwriter Series @BSC Stage: Ben Karis-Nix, Amanda Rogers, Mike Matta (8pm,
Zeitgeist Gallery: Shana Blake Hill & Larry Glatt (10pm,
Elevens: Robert American's Little Brother, Nim, Tal Vez
PACE: South Bound Train (7pm)
178 L. St. Turners Falls: Moscow Mule, Heat Wilson, Zebu!, Ovary-Z(8pm)
Smith College: ICE members Claire Chase, Joshua Rubin, Dan Lippel, David Schotzko, and Kivie Cahn-Lipman play music for combinations of flute, clarinet, guitar, percussion and cello by composers such as Iannis Xenakis, Kaija Saariaho, Edgar Guzman, Magnus Lindberg and Louis Andriessen. ICE, comprised of thirty dynamic and versatile young performers who are dedicated to advancing the music of our time, was founded in 2001, and has rapidly established itself as one of the leading new-music ensembles of its generation, winning first prize in the 2005 CMA/ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, and performing over sixty concerts a year in the US and abroad. The performance will take place Saturday, February 28, at 8 p.m. in Sweeney Concert Hall, Sage. A Pre-concert talk on stage begins at 7 p.m.
Brass Cat: The Campbell Apartment, Audrey Ryan, Steve Brodsky (527-4085)
Iron Horse: 7pm: Fred Eaglesmith
Iron Horse: 10pm: stepanian, Pete and J
Valentines: Timbre Coup, Glisten Effect (9pm)
Sanctuary....: Splatto Festival Chorus --This rare assembly brings together Todd Reynolds (Bang on a Can, Yo Yo Ma, Meredith Monk) on violins/laptop, Ed Mann (Zappa) on percussion/electronics, David Barrett (Banda Elastica, Splatter Trio) on saxophones, and Michael Bisio on bass. (8pm)
Caffe Lena: Frank Jaklitsch & Friends
Red Square: The Sense Offenders, Paper and Sand, Saving Atlantis (8pm)
Ground Zero: So Many Dynamos, Pattern is Movement, Monster Machismo, Document, Zona Mexicana, Aficionado (6pm,
Castle St.: Wanda Houston vocals, Rob Kelly piano
Paramount Center for the Arts: Marcia Ball & Beausoleil avec Michael Doucet (8pm)

Elevens: True Womanhood, Faeries, the True Jacqueline, Coyote Kolb, King Falcon, The Merchant Bankers
Iron Horse: Fountains of Wayne, the Everyday Visuals
Caffe Lena: Ashley Pond Band
Palace Theatre: The Irish Rovers (3pm,

Helsinki: Monday Showcase: Dominic Lydon
Mission: The Low Anthem (8pm)
Elevens: Black Pyramid, Ponds, Overman, Liquid Limbs, Building the State
Pearl St: David Archuleta, Lesley Roy

Firefly: Justin Allen (8pm,
Iron Horse: 7pm: Chris O'Brien, Amber Rubarth
Iron Horse: 10pm: Tulsa, Los Hijos Unicos
Red Square: Greg Laswell, Jay Nash, Anya Marina


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