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Williamsburg’s Combustive Motor Corporation (CMC) has another hit on its hands. The run of its current production, "Bingo," ("a music and gaming adventure") has been extended through Sept. 29 due to popular demand, according to CMC’s Caleb Scott.

Clint Magnet and the Bingo band hail from New Orleans where they have been performing a sold-out show for the last five years at Fiorella’s, a former brothel-gambling hall in the French quarter. Magnet is joined by violinist Brynn Savage, bassist Steve Calandra, drummer Ryan Farris and an ensemble including Heather Soltis, Ronnie Numbers, Stix the Clown (pictured) and Mack.

"Bingo" continues at Combustive Arts [250 Varet St. between Bogart and White streets] from Sept. 26-29 at 9 pm. Tickets are $10. For more information, call (718) 390-8825 or visit the Web site at www.bingomusic.com.

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