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Pencil This In: Daughtry Talks at the Grammy Museum, Cause on the Rocks and Free Coffee Bean Specials

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Photo by Suzanne Danziger (polaroid-girl) via LAist's flickr pool.

Photo by Suzanne Danziger (polaroid-girl) via LAist's flickr pool.
Tonight at 8 pm, the Grammy Museum host the multiplatinum rock group Daughtry to the museum’s Clive Davis Theater. The band first rose to the charts after lead singer’s Chris Daughtry stint on American Idol. The band and producer Howard Benson will be interviewed by the museum’s director Robert Santelli. There will be a Q&A with the audience and a stripped-down performance by the band. Tickets: $25.

Causecast and The Viceroy Hotel in Santa Monica team up for the monthly mixer Cause on the Rocks, where you enjoy cocktails, live music for a good cause. For every Acai Lemonade bought tonight, 100% of the drink proceeds benefit the LA-based Concern Foundation, and their second generation organization Concern 2, both dedicated to raising funds to support cancer research worldwide. 7 pm.

Today from 4-7 pm, patrons of participating Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf stores can get a FREE 12oz. Cinnamon French Toast or Classic Pumpkin latte or Ice Blendeds. One per customer.

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We have a soft spot in our hearts for the nuns fighting the Nazis and the Von Trapp Family singers in the musical The Sound of Music. Prep for the sing along at the Hollywood Bowl with screenings of a new 35 mm print tonight through Thursday at the New Beverly Cinema. Tickets: $7. 8 pm.

The MOTH (mid-city edition) takes over Busby’s East tonight at 7:30 pm with the topic: inspired. Storytellers are asked to prep a five-minute story--no notes allowed--on the subject. Doors open at 7 pm, and tickets are $7. Parking is available around back.

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