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Tonight in Rock in LA - John Legend, The English Beat
Golden Smog @ Avalon
Spencer Davis @ Highland Grounds
Japanese Motors @ Spaceland
Paolo Nutini @ Hotel Cafe
John W. Dean @ Royce Hall
The Black Keys @ Troubadour
Ass Pocket of Whiskey @ Harvelle's
John Legend @ Roxy
The English Beat @ Malibu Inn
Louis C.K. @ Comedy & Magic Club
Turning Robots Into People @ Whisky
Ray Bradbury @ Encino-Tarzana Branch Library
Ian Gillan @ House of Blues
The New Amsterdams, Mae @ Henry Fonda
Bad Reaction, 40 Ouncers, The Scabbs @ Key Club
photo by the sweaty princess
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