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First Thursday Hosted by Shana Falana 

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February 3. Psychedelic song-spinner Shana Falana's flight path has taken her from San Francisco to Brooklyn to Rosendale. And her music—a dreamy, far-off aural mist recalling Galaxie 500—gives the strong impression that all of Ms. Falana's winging, metaphorical or reality-based, has only been relaxed and easy. Live, she uses hazy video projections to complement her effects-soaked guitar and voice, and starting this month she hosts Market Market's first Thursday showcase night. (Nina Violet visits February 11; Setting Sun settles in February 18.) 8pm. Donation. Rosendale. (845) 658-3164; www.marketmarketcafe.com.

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