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Tonight in Rock: The Watkins Family Hour Will Take Away Your Rainy Woes
The Watkins Family Hour | Photo via their MySpace page
Don't let the rain stop you from experiencing one of the hands down best nights in music that Los Angeles has to offer. Every month, the Watkins Family Hour performs at Largo at the Coronet, in what is the some of the freshest folk music this city has to offer. Solid musicianship, a love for their music and family and friends make this monthly show a gem among the thousands of music shows every month. Tonight, they will be joined by Ben Lee and, as usual, unannounced special guests, which in the past has ranged from good friends to Fiona Apple (read our individual interviews with the family, Sara and Sean)
The full listings are below and our Week in Rock post will take you through the weekend.
The Watkins Family Hour w/ Ben Lee & Special Guests @ Largo at the Coronet
Music Go Music, Wounded Lion @ The Echo
Idaho Falls, Red Cortez, Old Californio @ Spaceland
The Hotrats, Lemon Sun @ Troubadour
The Last 55's, Cowgirls and Indians @ Bootleg Theater
Mangled Bohemians, Simo Soo, Intergalactic Noise, Lost Lake @ Echo Curio
Fantastica Bastidas, M31, The Cigarette Bums, Peg Leg Love @ The Smell
Maus Haus, The Californian, Melanoid, Pomegranate @ Silver Lake Lounge
Nina Storey, Joe Firstman, The Hereafter, Luce, Erin McLaughlin @ The Hotel Café
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