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Tonight In Rock: Conor Oberst, Tigers Can Bite, Light FM, Mike Watt

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The Like will be opening for Conor Oberst tonight at the Henry Fonda Music Box | Picture via the Like's Myspace

Our Pick: Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, The Like, All Smiles @ The Henry Fonda Music Box (Sold-Out)

Tonight Radio Free Silver Lake will be presenting a CD release party at Boardner's for not one, but two great local bands. Tigers Can Bite You and Light FM will be celebrating and the French Semester will be opening. Whispertown 2000 (LAist Review) will be playing at Amoeba early on. And, lastly, Mike Watt We wouldn't usually recommend going to see Conor Oberst at the Henry Fonda Music Box, but LA-based folk rockers the Like will be opening. And we must admit that this band of ladies is a rather prepossessing sight.

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Whispertown 2000 @ Amoeba Music (7 pm)
The Airborne Toxic Event @ Virgin Megastore Orange (6 pm)
Tigers Can Bite You, Light FM, The French Semester @ Boardner's
Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, The Like, All Smiles @ The Henry Fonda Music Box (Sold-Out)
Mammatus, Wildildlife, Magic Lantern
Monster @ Silverlake Lounge
Harpes Simon, Haley Bonar, Daniel Martin Moore @ Tangier
Kill the Academy, Chemical Burn @ Troubadour
Guy Blackman, Katy Davidson, Palms, Endless Bummer @ Echo Curio
Petty Cash (tribute to Tom Petty & Johnny Cash) w/ special guests @ The Key Club
The - Lance Romance, The Cobra Lilies, International Espionage, & The Virgin Rosemary @ Mr T's Bowl
Obama Benefit @ Spaceland
Brightblack Morning Light @ Detroit Bar
Boomkat, Taxi Doll, Lisa D'Amato, Video Star @ The Viper Room
Mike Watt and the Secondmen @ Harold's Place