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Arts and Entertainment

Tonight In Rock: Roger Daltrey, Brand New, Patrick Watson, The Soft Pack

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Patrick Watson will be performing tonight at Largo at the Coronet | Picture via Patrick Watson's Myspace

Patrick Watson will be performing tonight at Largo at the Coronet | Picture via Patrick Watson's Myspace
Our Pick: Patrick Watson @ Largo at the Coronet

Tonight legendary English singer-songwriter, best known as the founder and lead singer of the Who, will be headlining the Orpheum Theatre in Downtown. Long Island-bred pop punk outfit Brand New are poised to make their long-awaited return to Los Angeles, performing twice at the Hollywood Palladium as well with Atlanta-based indie rock act Manchester Orchestra and Portland's own folk rockers the Builders and the Butchers (LAist Interview) in tow. And, lastly, San Diegan garage rockers the Soft Pack (LAist Interview) will be taking on the Echoplex with none other than lo-fi noise-infused rock duo Wavves, Sacramento-bred psych quartet Ganglians and, of course, local lo-fi pop act Best Coast. But we strongly suggest heading over to Largo at the Coronet to catch Québécois singer-songwriter Patrick Watson.

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.

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Roger Daltrey, Paper Zoo @ Orpheum Theatre
Heart, The Bangles @ Greek Theatre
The Pogues, The Aggrolites @ Club Nokia
Brandi Carlile, Katie Herzig @ The Wiltern
Everlast @ Key Club
Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, The Builders and the Butchers @ Hollywood Palladium (Sold-Out)
Patrick Watson @ Largo at the Coronet
Wax Tailor, Abstract Rude @ Troubadour
Juliette Lewis with the Ettes, American Bang @ El Rey Theatre
Wavves, The Soft Pack, Ganglians, Best Coast @ Echoplex
Horse the Band, Iwrestledabearonce @ Center for the Arts, Eagle Rock
Mexican Institute of Sound, The Neon Rider, Simona @ La Cita
Glen Tilbrook, Marianne Keith, The Wood Brothers, The Quiet, Jack Tempchin @ The Hotel Café
Mad Gregs, Hi Red Center, Tommy Santee Klaws @ Echo Curio
tik///tik, Teen Beer, David Israel, Beast Cop, Blue Tape Red Tape @ The Smell
Never Never, Alana Stone & full band, Wells of Rickett, The Hundred Days from San Francisco, Verb the Adjective Noun, Gypsy River Haunts @ Mr. T's Bowl
Chali 2na, Aceyalone, Rakaa Iriscience (host) @ The Roxy
The Choke, Peachfuzz @ Redwood Bar
John Williams: Music from the City of Angels @ Walt Disney Concert Hall
KMFDM, Angelspit, Legion Within, DJ Xian @ The Glass House
Jerry Riopelle @ McCabe's Guitar Shop
Reagan Youth, The Varukers, The Accused @ Alex’s Bar
Mayer Hawthorne & the County, Buff1 @ Saint Rocke