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C. B. Smith & the Lucky Devils 

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March 23. Catskill songster C. B. Smith (AKA Carl Bethge) heads up modern bluegrass crew the Lucky Devils, whose multi generational lineup also features fiddler Megan Gugliotta, mandolinist Jason Borisoff, and bassist Bill Strohm. For this occasion the Rosendale Café get all high ’n’ lonesome with originals from the band’s upcoming album, Hardscrabble Road, and Smith’s recent solo set, Flesh & Bone, as well as covers of Richard Thompson, the Rolling Stones, Stephen Foster, and Bill Monroe. (The Honeycutters bring sweet Americana March 2; guitar greats Bucky Pizzarelli and Ed Laub make magic March 9.) 8pm. $10. Rosendale. (845) 658-9048.

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