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Get Out: The Grand Ole Echo, Everything Under the Sunday and Jewish Film Festival

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COUNTRY: The Grand Ole Echo is back in full force. Tonight you can listen to Angelenos by way of Alabama Grant Langston and the Supermodels, Brian Spence and the Transcendent Hula Hoop, Angela Bruyer and the Deserters and Hot Club of LA. The doors open at 5:30 free. It's free and open to all ages, and we heard there's even BBQ. As always, it's at The Echo on 1822 Sunset. For their schedule, visit their Facebook page.

MORE MUSIC: You can also head over to Villains Tavern for Everything Under the Sunday to hear more blues and country-tinged rock. The Peach Kings and The Lonely Wild will be playing during an event that kicks off at 1 pm.

JEWISH FILM: We're midway through the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, and you can catch movies all the way from Pasadena to Santa Monica, including "David" and "The Moon of Israel." The full schedule is here.

FINALLY: Today is the last day for the Mike D-curated Transmission LA.

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