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Nightlife Highlights: Locust Honey 

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May 6. Locust Honey makes just the right kind of sweet, old-timey sound to welcome in the warmer months as we look forward to the upcoming outdoor music festival season. The bluegrass duo of Chloe Edmonstone and Meredith Watson (joined by upright bassist John Miller) utilizes fiddle, banjos, and acoustic and resonator guitars to complement their signature harmonies. The North Carolina pair has landed tunes on the soundtracks of the Oren Moverman films Time Out of Mind and The Dinner and their 2014 debut Never Let Me Cross Your Mind placed highly in the alt-country charts of the US, Ireland, and the UK. (Mikhail Horowitz and Gilles Malkine yuk it up May 13; the Woodsheep get wooly June 2.) 8pm. $10. Rosendale. (845) 658-9048.

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