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Tonight In Rock: Foreign Born, Frightened Rabbit, Geneva Jacuzzi, Bonfire Madigan

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Foreign Born will be performing tonight at the Silver Lake Jubilee | Picture via Foreign Born's Myspace
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Our Pick: Silver Lake Jubilee 2010 feat. The Like, Foreign Born, Division Day, Voxhaul Broadcast, Dios, Wet & Reckless, Seasons, Downtown/Union, Timonium, Moses Campbell, Family of the Year, Tenlons Fort, Social Studies, So Many Wizards, Useless Keys @ Myra Avenue (the corner of Hoover and Santa Monica to Fountain Avenue)

Tonight Scottish rock act Frightened Rabbit will be headlining the Henry Fonda Music Box with none other than Chicagoan indie rock outfit Maps & Atlases. San Franciscan chamber-punk outfit Bonfire Madigan are poised to take on the Bootleg Theater. And, lastly, Geneva Garvin, an experimental electro songstress who performs under the pseudonym Geneva Jacuzzi, will be gracing the Echo for this week's edition of Part Time Punks. But we strongly suggest heading over to Myra Avenue at Santa Monica Boulevard and North Hoover Avenue where the first ever Silver Lake Jubilee, a two-day community festival which features a bevy of twenty-some-odd local bands each day, will be coming to a close. LAist favorites, local indie rock outfit Foreign Born (LAist Interview, Review) and all-female, retro 60s pop rock quartet The Like (LAist Review, #2, #3) are slated to headline.

You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which goes up every Sunday.

Foreign Born - "Winter Games"