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Every time LAist starts to think that things are settling down in this town, an avalanche of events come swooping down upon us. Tonight brings music and film to locations all across LA.

Tonight at The Roxy, the Cowboy Junkies will be performing at 9:00 PM. Doors open at 8:00 PM and tickets are $30.00.

Former Maniac Natalie Merchant will be performing solo at the John Anson Ford Amphitheater. The show starts at 8:30 PM.

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PJ Harvey's performance at Don't Knock the Rock is already sold out, so be sure to catch her free in-store tonight at Amoeba Music. This is a rare PJ event, so be sure to arrive early to get in; the show starts at 7:00 PM.

At The Echo, catch rockers Hint Hint with Shoot Out the Lights and DJ Sam from Bluebird. Doors open at 9:00 PM and tickets are $8.00.

At LACMA, see the Members Preview Screening of the acclaimed new Jet Li film Hero. The screening begins at 7:30—and if you aren't a LACMA member, this is a good time to become one.

At the Egyptian Theatre, catch a sneak preview of Bush's Brain, "an examination of the integral role Bush advisor Carl Rove (a.k.a. "Bush's Brain") played in orchestrating the president's political ascent, and his continued influence on the administration." The screening starts at 7:30 PM at the Lloyd E. Rigler Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Boulevard.

See a screening of Quentin Tarantino's hit Kill Bill Vol. 2 at CineSpace as part of the Dinner & A Movie series. This film will be showing through August 14th.