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 February 7, 2007
 

 Albany -- High Times and Hangovers is the name of a music tour that's coming to Albany tonight, with some big acts.

Country music singers Dierks Bentley and Cross Canadian Ragweed are in concert at the State Theater. You may have heard songs from Bentley like "What was I thinking" or "Come a little closer". 

This isn't his first trip to Albany.  He visited  in 2005. Cross Canadian Ragweed has also played at the State Theatre before.  The two acts came together for a back to the basics tour, without the huge venues and crowds.

"It's really about playing at the smallest clubs possible, just try to really strip it down and play for the fans," said Bentley.

The doors open at 8:00, concert starts at 9:00 at the State Theatre downtown. Tickets are $25 each, but they're almost sold out.  

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