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Priscilla Ahn @ Hotel Cafe, 6/10/08
Last Tuesday, local singer/songwriter Priscilla Ahn (MySpace) celebrated the release of her debut album, A Good Day, with a sold-out show at Hotel Cafe in Hollywood.
Also performing that night were Lex Land (MySpace), New York-based Jesse Harris (MySpace), Angie Mattson (MySpace), and No Love Letters (MySpace).
The following night, Ahn performed the first single from the album, "Dream," on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.
Special thanks to Lex Land, Jesse Harris, Priscilla Ahn, and Hotel Cafe.
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