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Tonight in Rock in LA - Dinosaur Jr, Keane, Nikka Costa
Congratulations to our Keane winner Stephanie. She will be seeing Keane tonight at the Gibson, not the Greek, the Gibson. After the fire a few concerts had to be moved from the Greek to the Gibson, so if you have tickets to the show tonight head to Universal Studios, not the smoldering hills of Los Feliz.
We're also being told not to miss Anjani @ Hotel Cafe tonight where she will be being presented
by the one and only Leonard Cohen.
Dinosaur Jr., Awesome Color @ The Troubadour
Keane @ Gibson
Anjani @ Hotel Cafe
Nikka Costa @ Largo
Al Kooper @ McCabe's
Lovelikefire, Thailand, Buffalo Roam @ El Cid
Clorox Girls, Red Dons, Power Chords, Thee Make Out Party @ Pehrspace
The Autumns, The Sugarplastic, The Dodos, Apotheke @ Spaceland
Desecrate, Rattlehead, Orcus, Old Fashion Beatdown @ Whisky
Lavender Diamond @ Amoeba
Groovy Rednecks, Grant Langston @ Barn Burner
Dead on the Water, Viva Knieval, Avarice @ On the Rox
Aura, Mirage, Marie Digby, The Pricks, Waiting 4 Wyatt @ Roxy
The Shapeshifters, The Beat Bums, Rheteric, Precise1, Identical Opposites @ Zen
Last Drag, Zach Broocke, Al-x, Mia Sable @ Knitting Factory
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