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Jackie Greene at Bearsville Theater | December 1 

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Every time he performs at the Bearsville Theater, as he'll do on this date, it's a spiritual homecoming for Americana artist Jackie Greene. Strongly inspired by legendary locals the Band (see his rousing version of "Look Out Cleveland" on the 2009 Band tribute album Endless Highway), the singer-songwriter has a deep solo career and has worked with fellow roots-minded rockers the Black Crowes (as the group's final guitarist, from 2013 to 2015); Gov't Mule; the Weir, Robinson, Greene trio (with Bob Weir and Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson); Phil Lesh and Friends; and Trigger Hippy (also featuring Joan Osbourne and members of the Black Crowes and Widespread Panic). (The Murali Coryell Band and special guests "Rock the Future" December 2.) 8pm. $25-$45. Bearsville. (845) 679-4406.


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