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Juliette & The Licks @ Spaceland, 6/11/07
Juliette Lewis and her band of handsome young bearded men stormed into Spaceland for a secret show that started at 9pm to accommodate the crowd of industry insiders and professionals. She promptly reminded them what rock and roll was all about.
Coming off an almost endless European tour, mostly in arenas or at festivals, the Licks' fury and power were overwhelming and wonderful in the small Silver Lake club.
Juliette is a star and an amazing live performer who dove headfirst into her new profession of rock star and has surrounded herself with excellent musicians and belts out intense songs. Blazing through an equal helping of material from the upcoming Four on the Floor (reviewed here), and their debut You're Speaking My Language, Juliette and the band even covered the disco hit, "Hot Stuff", for some reason.
Shaking that off, we left blissful and excited and even forgot until the next day that we had run into Pink in the crowd along with her husband Carey Hart.
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