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Rene Bailey Album Release Party | December 29 

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It was joyous and humbling to feature storied Hudson Valley blues and jazz vocalist Rene Bailey in last September's Chronogram Music pages. According to producer Eli Winograd, Good Old Songs, Bailey's long-awaited gospel album is nearly complete and will be celebrated with this special night at the Falcon, where Miss Bailey regularly holds forth with Dixieland stalwarts the Saints of Swing. Members of that band are featured on Good Old Songs, along with a cast of other local greats that includes veteran violinist Larry Packer and bluesman Slam Allen. "Almost everyone who plays on the record will be there," says Winograd. "It's gonna be insane!" (David Amram celebrates his 87th birthday December 3; Sexmob gets steamy December 10.) 8pm. Donation requested. Marlboro. (845) 236-7970.


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