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Nightlife Highlights: Dan Brubeck Quartet 

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June 25. The son of jazz icon Dave Brubeck, drummer Dan Brubeck plays with his sibling, Chris, in the Brubeck Brothers Quartet, and heads his own group, which here visits the Rosendale Cafe. In addition to the leader on percussion, the Dan Brubeck Quartet includes Mike DiMicco on guitar, Tony Foster on piano, and Adam Thomas on bass and vocals. Dan began touring the world and recording in his teenage years with his father, and performed at the 1996 Grammy Award Ceremony as well as the 2009 Kennedy Center Honors ceremony. The Dan Brubeck Quartet's newest album, Celebrating the Music of Dave and Iola Brubeck, pays homage to his family's lasting musical legacy. (Milkweed sprouts up June 4; Chris Murphy fiddles around July 2.) 8pm. $25. Rosendale. (845) 658-9048; Rosendalecafe.com.

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