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September 14. Led by multi-instrumentalist Kenny Siegal, the Brooklyn-born band Johnny Society, which plays Club Helsinki this month, has been knocking out its timeless soulful ’60s- and ’70s-inspired rock since the mid ’90s. Free Society, the threesome’s sixth and newest album, was recorded with Siegal doing double duty in front of and behind the board at his Old Soul Studios in Catskill. With its classic rock sound, the disc makes it clear why Ray Davies and Robin Zander are fans. Glammy 1990s MTV one-hit act Spacehog (“In the Meantime”) opens. (Indie darlings Antlers appear September 21; Dar Williams weaves her web September 13.) 9pm. $18, $20. Hudson. (518) 828-4800;

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