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Tonight in Rock: Mika, Bangkok Five, Mon. Night Residencies
Twilight Sleeps is one of the bands that opens for Pity Party tonight at Spaceland | Photo by Joya Martuscello
Sometimes Monday nights lead to tough choices. For Jax at Rock Insider, it's between The Pity Party (who we interviewed this morning) and The Henry Clay People. Luckily, both bands are playing all month. Still, there are many choices. If you like your music Folk, your drinks cheap and have never been to Joe's Great American Bar & Grill in Burbank, it's a pretty sweet place to catch music seven days a week -- tonight is Dafni.
Mika @ The Wiltern
The Perfect Victim,Divide The Day, Amue, The Bangkok Five @ House of Blues
Adjoa Skinner, Tommy King, Carney @ Molly Malone's Irish Pub
Dafni @ Joe's Great American Bar & Grill
Comedian Greg Proops @ the Largo (check out our profile with Greg)
Health, Dinosaurs with Horns, Everybody, Oscillator, Kyle Mabson, DJ Mahssa @ pehrspace
Monday Night Residencies & Guests (See the complete guide for February)
The Henry Clay People, The Monolators, Service Group, Barcelona @ The Echo (Free), Echo Park
Rickie Lee Jones @ Echoplex ($20-25), Echo Park
Robert Francis, Tiffany Randol, Eric Hisaw @ Silverlake Lounge (Free), Silver Lake
Pity Party, Twilight Sleep, The Human Value, Karin Tatoyan @ Spaceland (Free), Silver Lake
Smash Fashion & DJ Audio Puppet, The Actors @Crash Mansion ($3), Downtown
We Barbarians @ Detroit Bar (Free), Costa Mesa
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