February 16. Brooklyn singer-songwriter Kevin Devine arose from the ranks of the early 2000s indie scene, launching his solo career on the side while fronting emo outfit Miracle of 86. The forlorn, confessional style of his key influence Elliott Smith is all over Devine's albums, such as 2004's Make the Clocks Move, 2006's Put Your Ghosts to Rest (crafted with Smith producer Rob Schnapf), and 2011's fan favorite, Between the Concrete and Clouds; his newly released ninth album, Instigator, was produced by John Agnello (Dinosaur Jr., Sonic Youth). In addition to touring and recording under his own name, Devine teamed up with members of Atlanta's Manchester Orchestra to form the project Bad Books and collaborated with Perfect Pussy singer Meredith Graves, Cymbals Eat Guitars, and others for a series of seven-inch singles. He's also toured with area songstress Laura Stephenson, who joins him and fellow openers Guilt Mountain for this night at Colony. (Loudon Wainwright III waxes February 15; Marty Willson-Piper and Edward Rogers converge February 23.) 7pm. $15-$18. Woodstock. (845) 679-7625; Colony Woodstock.