Seven-string guitar wiz Charlie Hunter just can’t get enough of the Albs. Reprising his gig at the Riverfront Jazz Fest, he’ll return to Red Square tonight (Thursday, 8 PM, $17, 465-0444). . . . Young Rascals leader Felix Cavaliere will bring the ’60s nostalgia to the Egg tomorrow (Friday, 7:30 PM, $29.50, 473-1845). . . . The newly reopened More Bread and Jam in Cohoes will play host to the Lazy Suns on Friday (6 PM, 874-4272). . . . Tom McWatters and the Philo Beddoe Band will host their own little Local Legends Live at Valentine’s on Friday along with John Brodeur and Charmboy and Headband Jack (8 PM, 432-6572). . . . Barefoot Truth bring their farewell tour through Pittsfield on Friday for a show at the Colonial Theatre (8 PM, $17.50-$27.50, 413-997-4444). . . . Big Sandy and His Fly-Rite Boys will bring the classic rock & roll back to Club Helsinki on Saturday (9 PM, $18, 828-4800). . . . Zoe Keating is one of her generation’s great cello innovators, using digital loops to create lush orchestrations. She’ll play the Egg on Saturday (8 PM, $24, 473-1845). . . . Who Are You are just what you think—a Who cover band. They’ll be at the Linda on Saturday (8 PM, $15, 465-5233). . . . Old Songs fave Gordon Bok will return for a performance on Saturday (8 PM, $20, 765-2815). . . . Funkateers Oobleck will bring the syncopation and a brand new record to Valentine’s on Saturday with the Ameros (9 PM, 432-6572). . . . Gwar. Yes, Gwar. Sunday at the Upstate Concert Hall (7:30 PM, $20, 371-0012).