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ALBANY – Albert Hammond Jr. headlined Alive at Five on Thursday, June 14, and the former Strokes guitarist featured music from his fourth solo album, Francis Trouble.
Three brothers and a childhood friend – known as the band Dark Honey – opened the show. The band is back in the northeast after spending several years playing music in the south.
Alive at Five is a free concert series every Thursday through Aug. 2 at Jennings Landing in the Corning Preserve along the Hudson River.
On Thursday, June 21, MIRK will open for Matisyahu. The show starts at 5 p.m., rain or shine.
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