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The Albrights/The Love Ways at the Anchor on January 23 

The Albrights
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January 23. The Albrights hail from the up-north of upstate—Buffalo, to be precise. Formed in 2009, the quartet features two lead vocalist-songwriters and has opened for acts ranging from Eve 6 to Blood, Sweat & Tears. Their song "Good Woman" was featured on Nick at Nite's "Hollywood Heights." Sharing the bill at this show at the Anchor is the similarly minded melodic indie-pop outfit the Love Ways. The Brooklyn band originated in Goshen and cites the Replacements, New Order, Weezer, and Titus Andronicus as influences. (Neversink and Driftwood Soldier float in January 24; S.S. Web weaves acoustic punk sea shanties January 27.) 9:30pm. $5. Kingston. (845) 853-8124; Theanchorkingston.com.

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