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Frankie and His Fingers 

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  • Frankie and His Fingers

July 5. Until they unraveled a couple of years back, Frankie and His Fingers were one of the best rock bands in the Hudson Valley, youthful purveyors of tight, catchy, well-written tunes delivered with the explosive energy of the Jam or early Who. The trio split in 2010 not long after a name change to By Land or Sea and the release of a second album, with singer-guitarist Frank McGinnis beginning Time Travels and drummer Samantha Niss and bassist Adam Stoutenburgh concentrating on Battle Ave. Here's hoping this reunion at BSP Lounge will lead to a permanent return. With Nightmares for a Week and the Paper Planets. (Juliana Barwick visits July 14; Jeff Bujak jams July 26.) 9pm. $7. Kingston.

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