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Tonight in Rock: Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Matt Costa, Biirdie, Poison the Well, Ryan Adams

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Ryan Adams sucks and Matt Costa is all the way in Long Beach, so if there's anything worth checking out tonight that you probably haven't done, then it's some salsa dancing in Studio City with Johnny Polanco (pictured right). His band has "contagious Latin Music that is truly appreciated by the dancing connoisseurs." Rock.

Johnny Polanco y Su Conjunto Amistad @ Mama Juana's

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony @ Crash Mansion

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Poison the Well, The Locust, Dance Gavin Dance @ Troubadour

The Teenagers, Mezzanine Owls, Funeral Party @ The Echo

Matt Costa, Biirdie @ Fingerprints, Long Beach

Ryan Adams and the Cardinals @ Bridges Auditorium, Pomona College

Abby Travis, Holly Conlan, KS Rhoads, Lelia Broussard @ Hotel Cafe

Restaurant, The Bloody Hollies, Circus Minor
Mighty Six Ninety, The Wallburds, The Tender Box, The Pacific @ Key Club

Littlest Viking, Signal Hill, Beware of Safety, Keith Waggoner @ Silverlake Lounge

Anchors Away @ The Bordello

Panic Movement, French Semester, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Walk-In Medical @ The Scene

Dim Mak Tuesdays @ Cinespace

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Jim Henke and John Densmore: the Doors + Jimi Hendrix: an Illustrated Experience Book signing @ Book Soup

Photo from Johnny Polanco's website