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Tonight In Rock: Morrissey, Kenneth Pattengale, Abe Vigoda, Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor will be performing tonight at Synchronicity | Picture via Pearl Harbor's Myspace
Tonight legendary British alternative rock singer-songwriter Morrissey will be headlining at the Gibson Amphitheatre. Local singer-songwriter Kenneth Pattengale is poised to grace the Hotel Café. And, lastly, LA-based experimental punk outfit Abe Vigoda will be taking on R Bar. But we strongly suggest heading over to Synchronicity to catch local lo-fi pop trio Pearl Harbor.
Pearl Harbor - "Luv Goon"
Morrissey @ Gibson Amphitheatre
Live Arts Benefit w/ Alanis Morissette, Greg Laswell, Miss Willie Brown @ Troubadour
The Rescues, Nina Storey, Jim Bianco, Kenneth Pattengale @ The Hotel Café
The Boxmasters @ House of Blues Sunset
Abe Vigoda, Cobalt Cranes, Dunes @ R Bar (3331 W 8th St., Los Angeles)
Lemon Sun, Dirty Sweet, The Silent Comedy, Spirit Vine, Saint Motel @ Spaceland
Agent Ribbons, The Finches, Evan Way @ Bootleg Theater
Dead Rock West, Lucy Walsh @ Pershing Square
Skinny Puppy, Vverevvolf Grehv, Baseck @ Club Nokia
Deadbolt, Throw Rag, Motochrist, Blagg Dahlia @ The Echo
Neverever, Cowabunga Babes, Pearl Harbor, Animal Style @ Synchronicity (4306 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles)
Brydan Smith, Grooms, The Northstar Session, Radio Moscow @ Silver Lake Lounge
Lotan Baba, Melic Sub Rosa, Bow + Arrow, Permashine, The David Strayer Trip @ Mr. T's Bowl
Rose’s Pawn Shop, 50 Cent Haircut @ Redwood Bar & Grill
Sam Mickens' Ecstatic Showband & Revue, Jesus Makes the Shotgun Sound @ The Smell
The Furious Seasons, Meredith Meyer, The Capshuns, Chase Frank @ Edgar Varela Fine Arts (542 S. Alameda St., Los Angeles)
Ceci Bastida @ Eastside Luv (1835 E. 1st St., Los Angeles)
Evan Voytas, All Wrong & the Plans Change, Tape Deck Mountain, The Drowning Men @ Three Clubs
Monte Negro @ The Roxy
Jonathan Richman @ The Mint
Bethpage Black's record release, Eugene & The 1914, DeRock @ The Art Theatre (2025 E 4th St., Long Beach)
Metallica @ Honda Center
AM, Dirt Dress @ Avalon Bar (820 W 19th St., Costa Mesa)
Lady Danville, Jared Young, Rachael Cantu @ Saint Rocke
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