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Tonight In Rock: Paul McCartney, Lucky Dragons, Zola Jesus, Downtown/Union
Zola Jesus will be performing tonight at Echo Curio | Photo by Indra Dunis via Zola Jesus' Myspace
Our Pick: Zola Jesus, TEARIST, Zombelle @ Echo Curio
Tonight legendary English rock singer-songwriter Sir James Paul McCartney will be concluding a two-night stint at the Hollywood Bowl. LA's own experimental music/art group Lucky Dragons are poised to take on the Smell in Downtown. And, lastly, local indie rockers Downtown/Union will be gracing Three Clubs. But we strongly suggest heading over to Echo Curio to catch goth-infused electro act Zola Jesus.
Zola Jesus - "I Can't Stand"
Paul McCartney - "Let 'Em In"
Lucky Dragons - "Desert Rose"
Downtown/Union - "Bright Idea"
Paul McCartney @ Hollywood Bowl
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Zola Jesus, TEARIST, Zombelle @ Echo Curio
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Chris Corsano (Spencer, MA) and Peter Kolovos Duo, Evangelista, Lucky Dragons, ASKA @ The Smell
Joanna and the Dusty Floor, The Tails, The Eternal Triangle @ Silver Lake Lounge
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