March 4. Edging into next month, comes this rare UPAC show by the living queen of country music: the one and only Loretta Lynn. One of this nation's greatest artists, Lynn is the unmistakable and alternately rollicking and pathos-rich voice of such classics as "You Ain't Woman Enough," "Don't Come Home a Drinkin' (With Lovin' on Your Mind)," and the autobiographical "Coal Miner's Daughter" (the latter was remade into the eponymous 1980 movie starring Sissy Spacek). In 2004 Lynn connected with a new audience, thanks to her acclaimed album Van Lear Rose, which was produced by the White Stripes' Jack White. Not to be missed. (Bluesman Taj Mahal appears February 27.) 8pm. $46, $51, $66. Kingston. (845) 339-6088; www.bardavon.org.