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Tonight in Rock in LA - Yeahs, Rocket, Band of Horses
We'd like to congratulate Neil for winning The Stills contest. The Stills play tonight at the Henry Fonda with The Land of Talk. If you didn't win, stay tuned, LAist has contests every week for your ass. Here are some other options tonight, a night full of killer live music.
Rocket (pictured) @ Spaceland (free)
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Blood Brothers @ Hollywood Palladium
Band of Horses @ Avalon
Andrew's Bad Stuff, Fluffer, Rick Surveuor @ Mr. T's Bowl
The Diminisher @ Silverlake Lounge
The Amazements, Knight Rider, Ex-Oblivione, Rumspringa @ Il Corral
Great Glass Elevator, Mon Frere, The Amateurs @ The Knitting Factory
Cary Brothers, Joshua Radin, Jim Bianco, Joe Purdy @ House of Blues
The Trashies, Sabertooth Tiger, Divided Lines @ The Smell
Clear Static, World Wide Spies @ Safari Sam's
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