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Tonight In Rock: Let's Play Outside
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With a comprehensive line-up beginning to take shape, the Hollywood Bowl re-opens its summer gates for some fantastic shows. More and more press keeps flooding into the pipeline about the 10 year anniversary of KCRW's World Music Festival kicking off on June 22, so your schedule is bound to be packed with outdoor music bliss.
Peter Murphy @ HOB Sunset
The Chapin Sisters @ Silverlake Lounge
Dilated Peoples @ HOB Anaheim
Chester French @ Viper Room
The Black Angels @ Troubadour
Taylor Lee @ Whisky a Go Go
Maria Taylor with Jonathan Rice and Taylor Hollingsworth @ The Glass House
Locke n' Load @ the Roxy
Chicago with The Doobie Brothers @ Gibson Amphitheatre
Watkins Family Hour @ Largo
Joseph Israel @ Key Club
Rainbow Arabia @ Spaceland
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