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Tonight in Rock in LA - Al Green, Stevie Nicks, Chris Issak, The Sea & Cake, Pit er Pat, Armored Saint
Al Green, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Jr. Watson & The Texas Horns, others @ Doheny Blues Festival
Stevie Nicks, Chris Issak @ The Greek
The Sea & Cake, Robbers on High Street @ The Troubadour
The Turtle Island Quartet @ The Jazz Bakery
Pit er Pat, Priestbird, Ima Fucking Gymnast @ The Smell
Armored Saint, Chingalera, Cockpit @ The Viper Room
Grant Lee Phillips @ Largo
Thank You Drive Through, Couzin It, Erick Macek @ Lighthouse Cafe
Kingsizemaybe, Dark Horses @ Taix
The Sea & Cake - The Colony Room
Al Green - Sha La La
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