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May 11. Singer-songwriter Brian Dolzani's tender tunes and reassuring voice have won him comparisons to Neil Young, Freedy Johnston, and Woodstock's own Jules Shear. Dolzani describes his new album, If I Don't Speak a Word, as "very much a relationship record, the story of a 'seeker' coming to terms with where they are in life, what they have, what they want to be different; someone who is learning to find their strong voice and find themselves in relation to others." Now touring in support of the disc, he brings his trusty guitar to the venerated John Street Jam and shares the night with Cosby Gibson, Annalise Emerick, Kira Velella, Stuart Kabak, Bill Kelly, and other folk songsmiths in the round. 7pm. $5. Saugerties.

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