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January 19. A field day for Feelies fans! This triple-header at BSP Lounge presents three excellent groups that each feature members of Hoboken’s legendary alt-rock unit. Yung Wu is essentially a shuffled incarnation of the Feelies, with that band’s co-founder Dave Weckerman on lead vocals instead of in his usual role as percussionist. East of Venus adds Bongos bassist Rob Norris and Winter Hours guitarist Michael Carlucci to Feelies front man Glen Mercer and drummer Stan Demeski. Wild Carnation includes Feelies bassist Brenda Sauter. (New Zion Trio and Ben Neill appear January 11; the Jam Messengers, Avondale Airforce, and Lovesick rock January 17.) 8pm. $10. (845) 481-5148. Kingston.

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