December 8. Right here at Colony is the roots-rockabilly roundup to end 'em all. Topping the tree is Texas titan the Reverend Horton Heat, who singlehandedly rekindled the rockabilly flame in the '90s, starting with the anthemic single "Psychobilly Freakout." Arizona's Junior Brown blends rockabilly with honky-tonk country, hard rock, surf, mariachi, and other styles and is a double threat, with his bottomless baritone voice and mind-blowing technique on his hybrid Guit-Steel instrument. And from California come 1980s rockabilly/punk/R&B pioneers the Blasters and Western swing king Big Sandy, who leaves behind his Fly-Rite Boys to play solo. (Darlene Love falls "In Love for the Holidays" December 5; Rhett Miller rollicks December 17.) 7pm. $50. Woodstock. (845) 679-7625.