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Josh Radin Plays The Troubadour Tonight!
Schuyler Fisk is opening tonight for Josh Radin at the Troubadour and LAist is so there. While the show is listed as sold-out, we all know how that really goes. If you want to go, you just have to make it work. Check Craigslist, StubHub or go early and stand out front, they usually will release tickets that the label and artist didn't use about two hours before doors open.
But don't try the ole crawl on the dumpster, jump up to the fire escape, jimmy a window open only to be busted by the big bad security guard and thrown on your ass outside. That one really left a nasty scar, which we now use a great drinking story about saving a cat from a burning tree so maybe it wasn't all in vain.
We digress, back to Josh. More on him and the show to come.
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