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Tonight in Rock: Canon, Section Quartet, Dave Navarro
Oh those crazy Aquabats, who play at The Canyon Club tonight in Agoura Hills | Photo via their MySpace
Two days in a row, one of LA Weekly's pick of the night is for a good cause, this time at the Knitting Factory: "You know those teenagers who don’t pay attention to “no loitering” signs along Hollywood Boulevard and are always asking for change? Well, as you step over them to buy your ticket to Give Me Shelter, you’ll be helping Teen Project, a kids’ shelter. Playing their hearts out will be Camp Freddy, with Dave Navarro (yum), Stephen Perkins, Billy Morrison and Chris Chaney; Linda Perry; and the Section Quartet. Should be a rockin’ good time. And when you leave, take care as you step over the sleeping teenagers."
Acid Mothers Temple @ The Echo
Canon, Robert Francis, The Histories, Meals for Children @ Troubadour
Fishbone, Rebelution, B Foundation @ Key Club
Camp Freddy, Linda Perry, The Section Quartet @ Knitting Factory
The Aquabats, Supernova, The Sheds @ The Canyon Club
Ariel Pink, Clang Quartet, BoyZone, Bobb Bruno, Jeremy Drake & David Rothbaum @ The Smell
Hip Hop Cafe @ Unknown Theater
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