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Nightlife Highlights: Lucky Tubb 


September 17. The great nephew of country immortal Ernest Tubb carries the twangy torch of his proud lineage while spicing up his namesake’s honky tonk flavor with rockabilly, Cajun, and Western swing. Here, in support of the newish Damn the Luck, Lucky and his Modern Day Troubadors make a welcome return to the Basement. The quintet’s classic sound of guitar, fiddle, slap bass, pedal steel, dobro, and mandolin will have you scootin’ in your boots and cryin’ in your beer. (The All-Out Surf Luau Party brings the Icepicks, Rebel Surfers, Mighty Surf Lords, and more September 2; Drag the River and Lenny Lashley rock September 27.) 9pm. Call for ticket info. Kingston. (845) 338-0744; www.basementvenue.com.
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