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November 27. This Thanksgiving season, here's a chance to be part of a musical happening that pays homage to and supports the source of all of that bounty before you: farmers. This event at the Towne Crier benefits the agricultural organizations the American Farmland Trust and the National Young Farmers Coalition and features three farm-linked indie acts for your down-home pleasure: Floodwood, a progressive string band that stars Vinnie Amico (moe.) and Tony Markellis (Trey Anastasio Band); alt-Americana outfit Daisycutter, which is fronted by singer-songwriter Sara Milonovich (McKrells); and Steamboats, an acoustic trio whose haunting harmonies and spectral playing hint at Fleet Foxes and Vetiver. (Bruce Molsky's Mountain Drifters wander in November 10; Yarn unspools November 20.) 6pm. $20. Beacon. (845) 855-1300; Townecrier.com.

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