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Tonight in Rock: The Kevin Eubanks Group
We seemed to have missed Santa Monica based Krandon as a Wednesday night resident at Molly Malone's. The lightly meditative and chill alternative indie band's name comes from an abandoned James Joyce play written in collaboration with physicist Neils Bohr according to the band's MySpace page. If that's a little too esoteric for you, our Wednesday night pick this month is a little more down home folk style, but with a loud presence -- Brian Wright & The Waco Tragedies. But Wright and his country buddies pose a difficult choice to make with Jay Leno's very own Kevin Eubanks, who plays at The Baked Potato tonight in Studio City.
Liam Finn @ Amoeba Music
Krandon, Geoff Byrd & the Likes of You, Phillip Sayce @ Molly Malone's
Album Leaf, Kill Me Tomorrow, What Laura Says Thinks and Feels @ The Echo
The Kevin Eubanks Group @ The Baked Potato
The Snow, The Minor Canon @ Spaceland
Satellite Orchesta, La Niece McKay, Connie Lim @ Temple Bar
Wednesdays (See the complete list of February residencies here)
Halestorm @ Viper Room ($10), West Hollywood
The Weather Underground @ Silverlake Lounge ($8), Silver Lake
Brian Wright & The Waco Tragedies @ Hotel Cafe ($10), Hollywood
Photo from Kevin Eubanks' MySpace page
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