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Tonight in Rock: It Won't be Richie Sambora
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In rock news today, someone was arrested for a DUI in Laguna Beach last night and his name is Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi fame. TMZ reports that "Cops say they observed him driving erratically in a black Hummer and pulled him over. He failed numerous field sobriety tests and was detained for DUI." Enough about last night, let's look forward to tonight.
The Short List
Kaki King @ Roxy (read our preview from earlier today)
Tokyo Police Club, We Barbarians, Eagle Seagull @ Troubadour
The Henry Clay People 7" release, The Natural Disasters CD release, Aushua @ The Scene
M.O.D. @ Safari Sam's
Alberta Cross @ Spaceland
Kevin Eubanks Group @ The Baked Potato
Wednesday Residents (see all March residencies here)
Halestorm @ Viper Room ($10), West Hollywood
Test Your Reflex @ Hotel Cafe ($8), Hollywood
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