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Soundcheck: Correatown, Eagle & Talon, The Voyeurs @ The Echo 10/5/09
Part of an ongoing series, featuring local bands during their soundcheck, that has included The Movies, The Airborne Toxic Event, The Deadly Syndrome, The Happy Hollows, Castledoor, The Pity Party, The Henry Clay People, The Parson Red Heads, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, Local Natives, Warpaint, and Avi Buffalo
Local singer-songwriter Angela Correa's band Correatown has held this month's Monday residency at The Echo, and tonight is their final show before embarking next month on a European tour. While this gallery features photos taken during their soundcheck with Eagle & Talon and The Voyeurs, see photos from the actual show at Web In Front.
Tonight's show, presented by LA-Underground, features Correatown with support from Grizzly Owls, Leslie & The Badgers and Joanie Mendenhall at The Echo. Doors 8:30 PM, show 9:00 PM. Free.
Special thanks to Correatown, Eagle & Talon, The Voyeurs, and The Echo.
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