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Arts and Entertainment

Tonight In Rock: Jenny And Jonny, The Submarines, Blue Giant, Pacific Hurt

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Pacific Hurt will be performing tonight at Troubadour | Picture via Pacific Hurt's Myspace

Pacific Hurt will be performing tonight at Troubadour | Picture via Pacific Hurt's Myspace
Our Pick: Pacific Hurt, LESANDS, Mississippi Man, Neverever @ Troubadour

Tonight Jenny and Johnny, yet another boy/girl duo featuring none other than ruddy-haired Rilo Kiley front woman Jenny Lewis and her middle-of-the-road actor/singer-songwriter boyfriend Jonathan Rice, will be performing for free, in-store at Amoeba Music in Hollyweird. Apple commercial inductees, LA-based indie pop duo the Submarines are poised to take on the Bootleg Theater with local "fancy pop" songstress Obi Best (LAist Interview, Review, #2) and Sacramento's Julie Baenziger, who performs under the pseudonym Sea of Bees. And, lastly, Portland-based alt-rock-leaning outfit Blue Giant, which is of course a splinter of celebrated indie pop act Viva Voce, will be warming up the stage at Spaceland for Nashville's own rock troubadour Bobby Bare Jr.. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Troubadour to catch Pacific Hurt, formerly known as Santa Ana-based indie rockers Aushua. LAist favorites, San Diegan buzz band LESANDS, LA-by-way-of-Glasgow retro 50s/60s pop outfit Neverever and folk-infused indie rock outfit Mississippi Man are all slated to perform as well.

Pacific Hurt - "No Harm Done"

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LESANDS - "Easy To Please"

Neverever - "Young And Dumb"

Jenny and Jonny - "Scissor Runner"

Blue Giant - "Clean Clock"

The Submarines - "You, Me, & The Bourgeoisie"

Melissa Etheridge @ Orpheum Theatre
Pacific Hurt, LESANDS, Mississippi Man, Neverever @ Troubadour
Jenny and Johnny @ Amoeba Music (FREE! Early Show; 6 PM)
The Submarines, Obi Best, Sea of Bees @ Bootleg Theater
Bobby Bare Jr., Blue Giant, Stephen Brower and the Silent Majority @ The Echo
The Charmkin Rebellion, Telegram, Fake Problems, Electronic Meat @ Spaceland
Sabrosa Purr, Italian Japanese, Gooby Goo & Peekers @ Silver Lake Lounge
Anna Nalick, The Life of Riley, Billy the Kid, Rebekah White @ The Hotel Café
Green Day, AFI @ Verizon Wireless Amphitheater

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