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Tonight in Rock in LA - The Black Keys
The Black Keys @ The Avalon
Nora Ephron & Lynda Obst @ The Writer's Guild Theatre
The 44's @ Harvelle's
7 Redneck Cheerleaders @ Elephant Asylum Theatre
Marty & Elayne @ Dresden
Ninja Academy, Animatronics @ Mr. T's Bowl
A for Attack, Veto @ Little Pedro's
Osama Bin Sars, Them Hills, The Advantage @ The Echo
Facehumper @ Malibu Inn
Hem, Ollabelle @ Troubadour
Bones @ Lava Lounge
Dry September, Mulberry Purple @ Roxy
Scream, James Hall @ Viper Room
The Dirty Kings, Something for Rockets @ Key Club
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