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Though it is a slow night for events, the city isn't being denied quality. Tonight is your chance to see two legendary musicians at work and LAist recommends that you see them if you can.

Tonight at Spaceland is the second and final performance by Love with Arthur Lee, performing Da Capo in its entirety. To add even more allure to the evening, Imaad Wasif of Alaska! will be opening. Doors are at 9:00 PM.

In Hollywood at the Knitting Factory Main, see The California Guitar Trio with Tony Levin, bass guitar phenom of King Crimson. Tickets are $17.00 and the show starts at 7:30 PM.