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Go See Rocket at the Viper Room

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Since the Mezzanine Owls got canceled tonight after we listed them in Tonight in Rock, we're adding one more band to consider -- Rocket.

Come on, how can you not go see a band that describes themselves as "a revolutionary concoction of fun, parties, bubblegum and beating hearts."? They are "coquettishness-meets-bombast, kittens-meet-rattlesnakes. The all-girl band mixes 60's girl group innocence with 70's decibel-damaging boulevard beat, combined with 80's glam wham swagger..."

Back in October, we were rooting for Rocket, hoping they would become the next American band.

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