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Blue Notes, King, Delfonics to evoke disco era

The Delfonics — from left, Randy Cain, William “Puggie” Hart and Wilbert Hart — are shown performing in Philadelphia in 2006. They are part of the Thanksgiving Soul Jam at the Palace Theatre this weekend. (George Widman/the Associated Press)
The Delfonics — from left, Randy Cain, William “Puggie” Hart and Wilbert Hart — are shown performing in Philadelphia in 2006. They are part of the Thanksgiving Soul Jam at the Palace Theatre this weekend. (George Widman/the Associated Press)
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Welcome to the antique show. Nostalgia rules at Thanksgiving, so it’s perfect that artists from decades past parade across our stages, including some that have fought like families at their most noisy and dysfunctional. Amid (alarming!) reports of New York City’s disco revival, three disco-era acts team up at Albany’s Palace Theatre in the Thanksgiving Soul Jam on Saturday at 8 p.m.: Harold Melvin’s Blue Notes, Evelyn “Champagne” King and the Delfonics. Here’s where it ...


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