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Tonight In Rock: Jon Brion, The Little Ones, Gram Rabbit, Afternoons

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Plants And Animals

Plants And Animals will be playing tonight at the Museum of Natural History | Photo by Katie Moore via Plants And Animals' Myspace

Our Pick: The Little Ones, Plants and Animals @ Museum of Natural History

Tonight is one of those nights where you find yourself asking, "Who isn't playing in LA?" You've just about always got Jon Brion (LAist Review) jamming with friends at Largo at the Coronet. Joshua Tree-based indie rockers Gram Rabbit (LAist Review) will be headlining the Troubadour with English psych rocker Pop Levi in tow. LA's own buzz band the Afternoons (LAist Review, #2) are slated to rock Spaceland with equally buzzworthy Xu Xu Fang (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4, #5). The Hotel Café will be hosting its usual bevy of singer-songwriters, including Greg Laswell (LAist Interview, Review, #2, #3, #4) and HoneyHoney (LAist Review, #2). And, lastly, LAist favorites One Trick Pony and Tenlons Fort (LAist Review, #2) are poised to put on a stellar set at the hole-and-corner Pehrspace. But as enticing as the aforementioned shows may be, we strongly suggest heading over to the Museum of Natural History, where they'll be kicking off the fifth annual First Fridays Series. LA locals the Little Ones will be accompanied by Montreal's finest, Plants And Animals.

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Jon Brion & Friends @ Largo (One Set Only)
The Little Ones, Plants and Animals @ Museum of Natural History
Gram Rabbit, Pop Levi @ Troubadour
Afternoons, Xu Xu Fang, The Henry Clay People, Lemon Sun @ Spaceland
One Trick Pony, Fascinoma, Tenlons Fort, Elroy Leroy @ Pehrspace
Greg Laswell, Honeyhoney, WAZ, Tiff Jimber, Chloe Leighton @ The Hotel Café
Devlin & Darko, Drop the Lime, Destructo, Mr. White @ Avalon
Blueskyreality, Malbec, Hodges, The Dance Party @ The Roxy
Tower of Power @ Canyon Club
Dave Palmer @ Largo at the Coronet (The Little Room)
Jose Promis CD Release Party @ M Bar
April Verch @ McCabe’s
Club Underground w/ Bart Davenport (of Honeycut) @ The Echo
Tormenta Tropical w/ Zomby, Los Rakas, Star Eyes, Disco Shawn, Oro11 @ Echoplex
Gort, Snakes Alive, Yidhra, Solar Wimp, Strangled by Strangulation @ Relax Bar
The Insect Surfers, The Del Reys, The Counselors, Tijuana Panthers @ Redwood Bar & Grill
Franco Near Death, The New Room, The Transmissions, The Lost Libraries @ The Scene
We Are the World, Teeth, Showgirls, Sister Mantos, Nadia Comaneci, Vim Crony @ The Smell
Mitchell Schaffer, The Cool Table, Ginger, Bad Meaning Bad, Teo @ Key Club
Sr Mendez, Mr. Vallenato, Nash, Corey Landis and the Attacks @ The Mint
Owen Roberts, Jes Hudak @ Genghis Cohen
Pussycat Dolls @ Viper Room
Reckon Memoir, Sail Heezer @ The Gypsy Lounge
Permanent Ability @ Rusty's Surf Ranch
The English Beat @ Sainte Rocke
Jessica Anette @ The Pike
Marcus Parrish and the Love Bomb @ Good Vibes
Gino Matteo @ Harvelle's
Art Garfunkel @ Armstrong Theatre
Living Suns, The Growlers, My Pet Saddle, The Shys, Audacity @ House of Blues Anaheim

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