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Woods at Bearsville Theater November 19 

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November 19. Brooklyn-based psychedelic folk band Woods have been at it since 2005, releasing most of their output on band founder, singer, and guitarist Jeremy Earl's label, Woodsist Records. The trio, who wend their way into our woods for this date at the Bearsville Theater, hew a path parallel to those of other folky freaks of the post-Devendra generation: trippy, wistful, megamellow comedowns and quiet celebrations for gray days. Their eighth and newest opus, With Light and Love, perhaps their most produced to date, finds the band moving into countryish, organ-and-pedal steel-laced folk rock à la Bob Dylan circa 1965-66. Steve Gunn opens. (Yonder Mountain String Band jams November 11; Leon Russell sings a song for you November 12.) 7pm. $15. Bearsville. (845) 679-4406;

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