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CRITICS' PICKS / Highlights of the week ahead

Snow day!

San Francisco's prog-pop/jam-band ensemble Tea Leaf Green has launched its "Arise!" tour and recorded a brand new song, "Snow Day," to commemorate this winter trek, a series of dates that includes an 8 p.m. show inside the Tralf Music Hall at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Visit www.tealeafgreen for info on the new song, as well as details on the band's forthcoming studio album, due in the spring.

Tickets for Sunday's Tralf show, with opening sets from Aqueous and Sons of Bill, are $15 through Ticketmaster.com and at the Tralf Music Hall's box office.

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Hawking for Hawkins

The last time Ron Hawkins played Mohawk Place, the joint was mobbed. So this time around, the Canadian troubadour will perform two Mohawk shows, one tonight and one on Saturday. Hawkins will be joined for both gigs by his Lowest of the Low bandmate Stephen Stanley, as well as cellist and vocalist Alex McMaster. Hawkins and Stanley will perform new music, fan favorites and classics from the Low discography. Buffalo's own Chateau Terrace will open. Tickets are $18 in advance, $20 day of show. Call 800-838-3006.

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