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Tonight In Rock: Peter Gabriel, The Tallest Man On Earth, Hurricane Bells, I See Hawks In L.A.
The Tallest Man On Earth will be performing tonight at the Natural History Museum | Photo by Johan Stolpe via the Tallest Man On Earth's Myspace
Our Pick: First Fridays w/ The Tallest Man On Earth, Gamble House @ Natural History Museum
Tonight legendary Genesis front man Peter Gabriel will be headlining the Hollywood Bowl with none other than Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun. NY's own Hurricane Bells, formed by longtime singer and guitarist of Longwave Steve Schiltz, are poised to take on the Echo. And, lastly, local country-infused rock outfit I See Hawks In L.A. will be performing at the Cinema Bar in Culver City. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Natural History Museum to catch Swedish folk singer-songwriter the Tallest Man on Earth, who will be performing for this month's edition of 'First Fridays.' The O.C.'s Gamble House are slated to kick things off.
You can find these listings as well as the rest of the week's in our weekly Week In Rock post, which goes up every Sunday.
The Tallest Man On Earth - "Troubles Will Be Gone"
Ane Brun - "Humming One Of Your Songs"
Hurricane Bells - "Monsters"
I See Hawks In L.A. - "Humboldt"
Peter Gabriel, Ane Brun @ Hollywood Bowl
Greg Behrendt Bring the Rock w/ Ben Stiller, Josh Homme, and many other special guests @ Largo at the Coronet
First Fridays w/ The Tallest Man On Earth, Gamble House @ Natural History Museum
Chapterhouse, Ulrich Schnauss, The Meeting Places @ Troubadour (Postponed!)
Mono, Twilight Sad @ El Rey Theatre
Hurricane Bells @ The Echo
Drive-By Truckers, The Henry Clay People @ Avalon
I See Hawks in L.A. @ Cinema Bar
Analog Rebellion, Mansions @ Bootleg Theater
The Janks, Veil Era, Fim, Woolen @ Spaceland
Chris Pierce, Joey Ryan, Kenneth Pattengale, Brother Sal, Kirsten Price, Billy The Kid, Jesse Thomas @ The Hotel Café
Feed Your Head Second Anniversary Show w/ Seasons, Downtown/Union, George Glass, Radars To the Sky (Acoustic Set) @ Pehrspace
Shitting Glitter, Chachi, Revenge Club, Rough Duchess, Angela Peterson Band @ Mr. T's Bowl
VOICEsVOICEs, Acockalipz, PROTECTME @ The Smell
Ole Californio @ Redwood Bar & Grill
Powder @ Key Club
Pato Banton w/ Eek-A-Mouse @ The Roxy
Mastodon, Between the Buried and Me, Baroness, Valient Thorr @ Pomona Fox Theater
Mode 7 @ The Glass House
Fishbone, Uproot, Naffah of the Peacemakers @ Brixton
Phlim @ Detroit Bar
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