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Tonight in Rock in LA - Britney Spears, Velvet Revolver, The Circle Jerks, Linda Ronstad
The M+M's are definitely Britney and her girls, y'all, but don't blink because they gave San Diego 14 minutes Tuesday and trimmed it down to 12 minutes last night in Downtown Disney, so if you're in the beer line and hear familiar music you should probably, um, get out of line because before you can say hey-shes-lipsynching-while-chewing-gum the show will be over
The M+M's (Britney Spears) @ House of Blues
Velvet Revolver @ Avalon
Circle Jerks, 400 Blows @ The Echo
Linda Ronstad @ USC's Bovard Auditorium
American Catapult, Just, Mark MacMinn @ The Good Hurt
Memphis, The Postmarks, Barcelona @ The Troubadour
Stephen Wesley, Strange Karma, Sindivision @ Whisky
Cipes & the People, Lady Dottie & the Diamonds @ Viper Room
The Steve Carson Band, Slow Car Crash, Fantastic Black @ The Gig
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