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NRBQ, a work in progress, set at Ale House

Conrad Choucroun, left, Terry Adams, Scott Ligon and Casey McDonough, the latest lineup of NRBQ, will be at the Ale House in Troy tonight. (photo: Lili Chilson)
Conrad Choucroun, left, Terry Adams, Scott Ligon and Casey McDonough, the latest lineup of NRBQ, will be at the Ale House in Troy tonight. (photo: Lili Chilson)
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Fans love NRBQ for the surprises and the skill, but mostly because they make you feel young. That’s a uniquely impressive feat for a band that formed in 1967 and features fresh ingredients whenever they play, like tonight at the Ale House. “I’m not able to understand how you can repeat yourself, how a band can repeat itself,” said Terry Adams — NRBQ founder, keyboardist, concept factory and only remaining original member — from his ...


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