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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: Ramsdell Library presentation; B’Shalom Chorale concerts; Monument Cup; JoAnne Spies at Bascom Lodge; Roe Jan Library picnic

The B’Shalom Chorale, the Berkshires’ only chorale showcasing Jewish music, will culminate its fifth season with concerts in Pittsfield and Great Barrington Tuesday and Wednesday.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Catch the Fever;’ Housatonic paddle trips; BBG plant sale; Young Singers Concert

“Meeting Mr. Beethoven” will feature Berkshire Lyric’s two choruses for young people, the Blafield Children’s Chorus and Melodious Accord, singing original music of Beethoven as well as contemporary music inspired by Beethoven.

Bits & Bytes: GB recognizes first responders, volunteers; Young Choreographers Initiative; ‘Sweet Was the Song;’ Berkshire Grown holiday markets

On Sunday, Dec. 18, from 7 to 9 p.m., the Lucky 5 will perform at the Prairie Whale and will donate all tips received from their performance to the family whose Dresser Avenue home was lost to fire over the weekend.

Bits & Bytes: Free Fun Friday at the Mahaiwe; ‘Lincoln Speaks;’ WAM Theatre workshop; VIM gala; B’Shalom Chorale concert; Berkshire Opera Festival

Volunteers in Medicine Berkshires (VIM) will hold its gala event, “Knock Three Times and Whisper,” on Thursday, August 11, at 6:30 p.m. at Ski Butternut. The event will feature a Roaring 20s speakeasy theme, live music by the Wanda Houston Band.

Bits & Bytes: ‘Miss Labeled’ in Lee; ‘Shakespeare in Song;’ ‘Haunting the Kerouac House;’ balance classes; Rx round-up recap

After screening the 15-minute film, Dayson and Monpierre will discuss the process behind the project and the lessons they learned about each other's respective art, and will invite questions and comments.

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