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Tonight In Rock: Sea Wolf, The Parson Red Heads, Rachael Cantu, Toots & The Maytals
Patrick Park will be performing tonight at the Autry National Center of the American West | Photo by Mia Kirby via Patrick Park's Myspace
Our Pick: Sea Wolf, Patrick Park @ The Autry National Center of the American West (4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles)
Tonight local indie pop outfit the Parson Red Heads (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4) will be gracing McCabe's Guitar Shop in Santa Mon Mon. LA-based singer-songwriter Rachael Cantu is poised to warm up the stage at the Bootleg Theater for San Franciscan chamber-punk outfit Bonfire Madigan. And, lastly, Jamaican reggae outfit Toots & the Maytals will be taking on the Key Club in Hollyweird. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Autry National Center of the American West in the heart of Griffith Park to catch local indie rock outfit Sea Wolf (LAist Interview, Review, #2, #3). LAist favorites, LA-by-way-of-Colorado folk troubadour Patrick Park—who is touring in support of his third full-length effort to date, 2010's Come What Will—is slated to kick things off.
Patrick Park - "The Lucky Ones"
The Parson Red Heads - "You Can Leave It"
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