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Tonight In Rock: John Fogerty, Killsonic, One Trick Pony, Dirt Dress
One Trick Pony will be playing tonight at Mr. T's Bowl | Photo by Zoe Ruth via One Trick Pony's Myspace
Our Pick: One Trick Pony, Ema and The Ghosts, Seasons, The Sleeping Bags, VOICEsVOICEs @ Mr. T's Bowl
Tonight Berkeley-bred rock singer-songwriter John Fogerty, best known for his time with Creedence Clearwater Revival, will be taking on a three-night stint at the Hollywood Bowl. Local roving marching band Killsonic (LAist Review, #2) are poised to grace the Troubadour. And, lastly, LA-based garage rock outfit Dirt Dress will be performing at Silver Factory Studios. But we strongly suggest heading over to Mr. T's Bowl to catch local indie rockers One Trick Pony.
You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which (generally) goes up every Sunday.
One Trick Pony - "Loose Talk"
John Fogerty @ Hollywood Bowl
Killsonic, Beatnik Jr, Max & Sam, Later Days, Angels and Demons, Private Wasabi @ Troubadour
One Trick Pony, Ema and The Ghosts, The Sleeping Bags, VOICEsVOICEs @ Mr. T's Bowl
The Wallburds, Tall Hands, Dirt Dress @ Silver Factory Studios
The Meeting Places @ Club Violaine (686 N. Spring St.)
Infinity, PRISS, Venus Envy @ Spaceland (All female Kiss tribute band, all female Journey tribute band)
CKY, Hail the Villian, Fall from Grace @ The Roxy
Terry and the Lovemen @ Bootleg Theater (XTC tribute band)
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Dead Ponies, Carnage Asada, Jellmunekita, The Fay Wrays @ The Blvd (2631 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles)
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