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Broken Bells to Perform at the Troubadour on March 14th

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For those who like to think ahead, take note. If our predictions hold true, Danger Mouse is going to blow up with their new Broken Bells album at SXSW, meaning their March 14th concert at The Troubadour is going to be a big deal. By this Friday afternoon, when tickets go on sale for that concert (2 tickets maximum), expect to hit Craigslist if you didn't make a purchase. Broken Bells -- if you haven't heard yet -- is a collaboration between James Mercer (of The Shins) and Brian Burton (aka Danger Mouse). LAist caught their first-ever live performance over the weekend at The Bootleg. For the review, photos and a music video, go here.

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