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Tonight in Rock: Go See A Residency
The Submarines play with Bell X1 tonight at the Troubadour | Photo via their MySpace
Other than residencies and their guests, there's not a huge amount of shows tonight. We highly recommend blues musician Jake La Botz at the Redwood Bar downtown for something off the beaten path (sound clip below). And if you really want to have a smile on your face, check out LA's very own The Submarines who have been pumped up and reviewed here before (great FX Nip/Tuck video below).
"Getting Closer'" - Jake LaBotz
The Short List
Bell X1, The Submarines @ The Troubadour
Jim White @ Amoeba
New West Guitar Quartet @ The Jazz Bakery
Monday (see all of this month's residencies here)
The Chapin Sisters @ The Echo (Free), Echo Park
Warpaint @ Bordello ($5), Arts District (Downtown)
The Voom Blooms (no 3/10 show) @ The Viper Room (Free if on MySpace RSVP list or $10), West Hollywood
Voxhaul Broadcast @ Spaceland (Free), Silver Lake
Reeve Oliver @ Detroit Bar (Free), Costa Mesa
Metal Skool (lifetime residents) @ Key Club ($18 for 21+ // $28 for 18-21), West Hollywood
Beatnik Jr. @ Crash Mansion ($3), South Park (Downtown)
Adjoa Skinner, Carney @ Molly Malone's ($10), Fairfax District
The Amazements @ pehrspace, Historic Filipinotown
Jake La Botz @ The Redwood Bar (Free), Bunker Hill (Downtown)
Counting Crows @ David Letterman
Leona Lewis @ Jay Leno
The Submarines as heard on FX's Nip/Tuck
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