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November 7. Accurately referred to as a jazz super group, Omaha Diner is comprised of seven- and eight-string guitar player Charlie Hunter, trumpeter Steven Bernstein (Lounge Lizards, Levon Helm), experimental saxophonist Skerik (Les Claypool), and drummer Bobby Previte (John Zorn, Tom Waits). A recent transplant to Hudson, Previte has been already established himself at Club Helsinki, the site of Omaha Diner's area debut, via an ongoing residency by his own Voodoo Orchestra North, which itself returns November 18. (Plants and Animals thrive November 9; Omar Sosa visits November 14.) 8pm. $18, $20. Hudson. (518) 828-4800; Helsinkihudson.com.

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