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Pigeon John To Play Hermosa Beach's The Shore

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After suffering an enormous hiphop-deficit in the beach cities, some relief is on the way via Pigeon John. Have you heard of him? He's that clueless, sister-dating, blues-singing, summertime pool-partying rap star from Los Angeles. Yeah that dude with all those dapper duds on. Now you be with it.

So check it, that dude is gonna play that new hotspot The Shore, in Hermosa Beach on June 27th. It's some kinda KRCW Presents type thing, and there'll be other rap stuff too.

The new wave 80's synth hop stylings of Iglu & Hartly will be prepping the crowd by whipping them into a crazed homocidal frenzy. As well as Tulsi, who is this rapper from Seattle that will impress you. (Even if only by being from Seattle)

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After Baja Sharkeez burned down it left a gaping void in Hermosa Beach for the title of #1 meat market. Nobody's sure exaclty how The Shore grabbed onto that title, being a fairly new bar located off of the main promenade. But regardless that spot is grinding a line down the block every weekend.

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