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Tonight In Rock: The Bird and the Bee, The Henry Clay People, Fool's Gold, Dusty Rhodes and the River Band
Fool's Gold will be playing tonight at the Echo | Photo via Fools Gold's Myspace
Our Pick: Fool's Gold, Weave!, XEZ, NON+ @ The Echo (Free! 21+)
Tonight local indie pop duo the Bird and the Bee (LAist Review, #2) are slated to headline the Echoplex with LAist favorite Juliette Commagere (LAist Interview, Review) in tow. LA-based indie rockers the Henry Clay People (LAist Review, #2, #3, #4) are poised to kick off a month-long residency at Spaceland. And, lastly, Fullerton's own rock outfit Dusty Rhodes and the River Band will be starting their residency at the Silver Lake Lounge. But we strongly suggest heading over to the Echo to catch Foreign Born side project Fool's Gold, who will be taking on a free, month-long Monday night residency.
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 from here on out.
Fool's Gold - "Surprise Hotel"
Christopher Dallman, Jake Walden, Maryanne Marino @ The Hotel Café
The Bird and the Bee, Juliette Commagere @ Echoplex $13
The Script, Neon Trees @ Troubadour $10
Fool's Gold, Weave!, XEZ, NON+ @ The Echo (Free! 21+)
St. Vincent @ Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever
The Henry Clay People, Mike Watt and the Secondmen @ Spaceland (Free! 21+)
Zombelle & The Haven of People, Empowerment, Dalmacio Von Diamond & The Enochian Keys @ perhspace
White Fang, Rob Walmart and guests @ Echo Curio
Dusty Rhodes and the River Band @ Silver Lake Lounge
Steel Panther @ Key Club $18 - $20
People, Sparks the Rescue, Purple Melon, Perfect Like Me, Above the Golden State @ The Viper Room
Soraia @ Whisky A Go Go
Nick Mundy, Jeremy Lev @ Genghis Cohen (Free!)
The Davises, Amie Moriello, David Hodges @ Molly Malone's Irish Pub
Killing Casanova @ Bordello
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