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Tonight in Rock in LA
AFI @ Bren Events Center
Chris Elliott & Alan Zweibel @ Skirball
James Ellroy @ Barnes & Noble, Santa Monica
The Black Keys @ Amoeba
The Nightwatchman, Aztlan Underground @ Roxy
Army Navy, Ima Robot @ Safari Sam's
The Like Young, The Good Listeners @ Silverlake Lounge
Nitzer Ebb, Babyland @ The Avalon
Silver Jews @ Henry Fonda
False Witness, Kings of Spain @ Whisky
White Whale, Laura Viers, Karl Blau @ Spaceland
photo by foxybrendonandryan via buzznet
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