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Tonight In Rock: Alanis Morissette, And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Taking Back Sunday, West Indian Girl
Alice Russell will be playing tonight at the Hotel Café | Photo by Digby Oldridge via Alice Russell's Myspace
Our Pick: Alice Russell, Jesca Hoop @ The Hotel Café
Tonight pop songstress Alanis Morissette will be stopping by the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown. LA Locals West Indian Girl are continuing their residency at Spaceland. Long Island rockers Taking Back Sunday are playing the virginal Club Nokia with Sweden's own the (International) Noise Conspiracy. Prodigious art rockers And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead will be rocking out at the Echo. And, lastly, San Diego's Crocodiles, who are best known as the phoenix that rose from ashes of TPTBUTET and the Prayers, will be performing at the Smell—Yes, that is in fact Kristen Gundred of Grand Ole Party's hubby. But we suggest heading over to the Hotel Café to catch British chanteuse Alice Russell in action. She'll be belting out soulful notes in support of 2008's Pot Of Gold.
Alice Russell - "Hurry On Now (Boub Remix)"
Joe Satriani, Leslie West @ The Wiltern
Alanis Morrisette @ Orpheum
Taking Back Sunday, The (Intl.) Noise Conspiracy @ Club Nokia
And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead @ The Echo
Death to Anders, Low Redland, Thailand, The Frontier Brothers @ Silverlake Lounge
West Indian Girl, Mere Mortals, Klum, Mondo Domingo @ Spaceland
The Younger Lovers, Crocodiles, The Caldonias, PROTECT ME, Meho Plaza @ The Smell
Alice Russell, Jesca Hoop @ The Hotel Café
John Doe, Kathleen Edwards @ El Rey
Jason Isbell @ The Mint
Legendary Pink Dots @ Knitting Factory
Robyn Hitchcock "I Often Dream of Trains" @ Largo at the Coronet
John Hodgman, Jonathan Coulton @ Echoplex
Ludo @ Troubadour
Artichoke, Marvelous Toy @ Hyperion Tavern