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Tonight In Rock: Dashboard Confessional, The Mountain Goats, Mission Of Burma, Ferraby Lionheart
Charlie Wadhams will be performing tonight at Spaceland | Photo by Zac Hahn via Charlie Wadhams' Myspace
Our Pick: Ferraby Lionheart, Charlie Wadhams, Paige Stark, Graham Forest @ Spaceland
Florida-bred singer-songwriter Chris Carraba, or rather Dashboard Confessional, will be headlining the Hollywood Palladium with Floridian pop punk quintet New Found Glory (CANCELLED!). Celebrated Boston-based post-punk outfit Mission of Burma are poised to take on the Echo with none other than hometown heroes the Henry Clay People (Review, #2, #3, #4). And, lastly, Durham-based lo-fi folk-infused indie rock act the Mountain Goats will be gracing the Henry Fonda Music Box with Toronto's own experimental violinist Owen Pallett, who performs under the pseudonym Final Fantasy of course, in tow. But we strongly suggest heading over to Spaceland to catch LA-by-way-of-Nashville folk troubadour Ferraby Lionheart. LAist favorites Silver Lake-based singer-songwriter Charlie Wadhams and retro 60s folk artist Graham Forest are slated to kick things off.
Charlie Wadhams - "Into My Mind (Learning Music Remix)"
Dashboard Confessional, New Found Glory @ Hollywood Palladium (CANCELLED!)
The Mountain Goats, Final Fantasy @ Henry Fonda Music Box
Cartel, This Providence, The Summer Set, The Dares @ Troubadour
Ferraby Lionheart, Charlie Wadhams, Paige Stark, Graham Forest @ Spaceland
Mission Of Burma, The Henry Clay People @ The Echo
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An Albatross, All Leather, Bi-Polar Bear, Infante's Inferno, PROTECTME @ The Smell
Mark Matos & Os Beaches, Dameon Lee, The Choke, Bumtech @ Echo Curio
So Many Wizards, Bear Face, Big Whup, Dietra Kruschev @ Alex's Bar
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