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Tonight in Rock in LA - Patti Smith, Chris Cornell, Taylor Hicks, What Made Milwaukee Famous
Patti Smith @ Roxy
Chris Cornell @ Avalon
What Made Milwaukee Famous @ Spaceland
The Teddybears @ El Rey Theatre
The Sea Hags @ The Cat Club
The Supersuckers @ Viper Room
Herb Alpert and Lani Hall @ Vibrato Grill & Jazz
Castledoor, I Make This Sound, Ari Eskandarian @ Silverlake Lounge
Dear Nora, Anna Oxygen, Devon Williams & the Allen Bleyle 3 @ The Smell
Taylor Hicks @ Grove of Anaheim
What Made Milwaukee Famous - "Selling Yourself Short"
Patti Smith - Because the Night
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