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Singer Joan Os­borne, who takes the stage at the Len­sic Per­form­ing

Arts Cen­ter on Mon­day, Oct. 18, has worked with Lu­ciano Pavarotti, The Chief­tains, and jazz sax­o­phon­ist Greg Osby dur­ing the past 15 years. She has also recorded eight al­bums as a leader. She will draw on those and on songs from her up­com­ing CD Love &

Hate in a duo set with key­boardist Keith Cot­ton. The con­cert at the Len­sic, 211 W. San Fran­cisco St., starts at 7:30 p.m. For tick­ets, $24 to $42, call 988-1234 or buy on­line at www.tick­etssantafe.org. The Los Alamos Con­cert As­so­ci­a­tion be­gins its new sea­son with a recital by two up-and-com­ers whose ca­reer be­gin­nings have in­cluded stints with the Cham­ber Mu­sic So­ci­ety of Lin­coln Cen­ter’s CMS Two pro­gram, which spot­lights young mu­si­cians of ex­cep­tional prom­ise. Cel­list Julie Al­bers and pi­anist

Orion Weiss of­fer works by Poulenc, Brahms, Schu­mann, and Falla at 4 p.m. on Sun­day, Oct. 17, at Duane Smith Au­di­to­rium on the Los Alamos High School cam­pus, 1300 Di­a­mond Drive. Tick­ets are $30 in ad­vance from Ni­cholas Pot­ter Book­seller, 211 E. Palace Ave. 983-5434, and $35 at the door. Call 662-9000.

“Who can it be now?” Colin Hay, that’s who — for­mer front­man for ’80s-era Aussie hit mak­ers Men at Work. At 8 p.m. Satur­day, Oct. 16, Hay comes from the land “Down Un­der” — OK, he lives in Cal­i­for­nia now — and per­forms at the Santa Fe

Brew­ing Com­pany (27 Fire Place) to re­mind peo­ple that “It’s a Mis­take” and per­haps “Overkill” to sug­gest he’s just a “Dr. Heckyl and Mr. Jive” per­former. Step­ping onto the stage with a gui­tar and a voice that helped de­fine a gen­er­a­tion of pop, Hay’s in­ti­mate, orig­i­nal songs prove he’s a man still very much will­ing and able to work. Tick­ets are $20 and $35 in ad­vance from Tick­ets Santa Fe at the Len­sic (988-1234, www.tick­etssantafe.org) and $25 at the door. The Satur­day Nights Live se­ries con­tin­ues at Corazón (401 S. Guadalupe St., 983-4559). At 9 p.m. Satur­day, Oct. 16, God-fearin’ (but not preachy) Amer­i­cana-gothic singer-song­writer David Eu­gene Ed­wards and his band Woven­hand per­form, as do garage/glam shoegaze deities from Oslo, Nor­way, Ser­ena Ma­neesh. This may seem like an odd mash-up bill, but Ed­wards and Ser­ena Ma­neesh lead singer Hilma Niko­laisen (for­merly of glam-punk main­stays Sil­ver) have some­thing in com­mon: ver­sa­tile, en­tranc­ing voices that will leave your mouth agape, your ears in heaven, and your mind on fire. Tick­ets, $10, are avail­able from Tick­ets Santa Fe at the Len­sic (988-1234, www.tick­etssantafe.org).

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