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Tonight in Rock: Rock It to Prince
Lemon Sun | Photo via their Myspace via Kate Pollack
It looks to be like a blast tonight at The Echo starting at 8 p.m. for a night dedicated to the music of Prince played by Har Mar Superstar, Lemon Sun, Buddy and The Nervous Return with Supercrass and Club Underground DJs between and after performances. The cover is your donation (if you can they say, we know you can, we say) at the door with proceeds benefitting Aids Project Los Angeles and Global Inheritance.
80s glam and Prince-inspired clad is recommend as the night will be documented by Spaceland Recordings. On site make will be provided by Nancie L. Rooney for those unprepared and free appetizers will be there by Real Rock 'n Roll Catering
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