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Joe Crookston

February 4. Joe Crookston isn't just another acoustic-slinging troubadour content to do nothing but follow in Woody Guthrie's footsteps—although he does proudly do a bit of that, as should any modern folksinger worth his wandering boot heels. The Ithaca-based singer-songwriter's intriguingly pitched "Imagine Nation" multimedia project, which he brings to Irvington Town Hall Theater this month, promises "lush sonic landscapes, slide guitar, [Ithaca dance/yoga duo] Acrolette yoga handstands, looping fiddle, projected art, original paintings, and pure musical magic." The evening begins with a preshow (6:30pm) art reception in the hall's lobby. 8pm. $30 advance, $35 door. Irvington. (914) 591-6602; .

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