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PREVIEW: Roger Daltrey with KT Tunstall at Tanglewood on June 22

You can expect great songs and a lot of spontaneity, because that is the way Daltrey likes it. "I’m out there to have a good time," he promised Billboard.

Bits & Bytes: Festival Latino of the Berkshires; Tim Fain at Hudson Hall; open studios tour; Dalton Preschool LEGO drive

Tim Fain can be seen and heard in the film “Black Swan.” He also gives "voice" to the violin of the lead actor in the hit film “12 Years a Slave,” as he did with Richard Gere's violin in the feature film “Bee Season.”

Bits & Bytes: OLLI University Day; ‘SKYLARK’ at Infinity Hall; Music in Common at Kimball Farms; bow drill workshop; November blood drives

The OLLI University Day speakers will include Sen. Adam Hinds; Ben Forman, research director at MassINC; Christine Rudd, director of Roca in Springfield; Berkshire County Sheriff Tom Bowler; and Kate Byrne of the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative in Albany, New York. 

Bits & Bytes: Rock, Rattle & Drum Pow Wow; VIM Berkshires gala; bird language workshop; Thelonious Monk tribute; waste oil & paint collection

Workshop participants will learn about bird language theory and put the ideas into practice during an observation and mapping activity.

Bits & Bytes: Berkshire Gateway Jazz Weekend; Throwdown Collective at Berkshire Pulse; Dom Flemons at Hancock Shaker Village; Whiffenpoofs benefit performance; Lee Siegel at...

Musician, singer-songwriter and slam poet Dom Flemons is a founder of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, an African-American string band that won a Grammy Award in 2010.

Bits & Bytes: Denny Alsop at Laurel Hill meeting; area blood drives; BCC Day of Service; Berkshire Human Rights Speaker Series; tax assistance rally

A longtime Stockbridge resident, Denny Alsop made the first crossing of Massachusetts by canoe in 1988 and his journey resulted in the introduction of the Massachusetts Rivers Protection Act.

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