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Bibi Farber 

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September 12. Guitarist and singer-songwriter (and stilt walker!) Bibi Farber spent most of her teens in Sweden, where she started down her musical path with postpunk band the Container Club. A Television obsessive, she returned to her birthplace of New York and began taking lessons from Television guitarist Richard Lloyd in 1983—and soon realized a dream when Lloyd asked her to join his band and offered to produce her solo debut, Firepop. Lately, Farber, who splits her time between Manhattan and the New Paltz area and does this date at Market Market, has been creating music for commercials and TV shows, blogging about her pet bunny, and playing in hospitals with volunteer organization Musicians on Call. (Tributon night is back to pay homage to another selected artist September 19; Seth Davis and the Librarians are booked for September 26.) 10pm. $5. Rosendale. (845) 658-3164.

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