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Fiona Apple to Make Surprise Appearance at Largo

Fiona Apple and Nickel Creek
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As if Joe Cocker, Erykah Badu, Peaches and the Field weren't enough to make you salivate, LAist just got word that local Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Fiona Apple—everyone's favorite lil' brooding princess—will be making a surprise appearance this Wednesday at Largo at the Coronet for Watkins Family Hour (LAist Review). The fairly regular, familial occasion, which is hosted by former Nickel Creek fiddler Sara Watkins (LAist Interview) and her guitar-toting brother Sean (LAist Interview), will also feature prominent guest musicians like Tom Brosseau and actor John C. Reilly. To put it simply: You'll want to be there just for bragging rights, if not the music. This is not a night to be missed, so make sure you plan accordingly!

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