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February 5. Kingston's Bob Lusk is a living repository of folk songs of the Hudson River and the Catskills, not to mention the British Isles, the American South, and the sailing ships of old. The singer and multi-instrumentalist (guitar, banjo, cittern, button accordion), who regularly holds forth at Taste Budd's Cafe, plainly knows his stuff: He's also a former staff member of folk bible Sing Out! and a longtime associate of the Hudson Valley Folk Guild. Hear history here. (C. B. Smith checks in February 26; Nashville's Kevin Masch croons February 27.) 2pm. Free. Red Hook. (845) 758-6500; www.tastebudds.com.

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