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The Damn Sons, BlackBlack & The Like @ 6th St. Warehouse, 5/30/08
On Friday night, The Damn Sons (MySpace), BlackBlack (MySpace), and The Like (MySpace) performed at the 6th St. Warehouse in Downtown LA.
By the time BlackBlack went onstage, the warehouse air was hot and heavy, reeking of cigarette smoke, and the restroom was out of toilet paper. But that didn't deter the all ages crowd, nor The Cobrasnake, from enjoying the show and taking photos. Speaking of photos, during The Like's set, the number of camera flashes was so frequent, that bandmembers Z. Berg and Charlotte Froom commented on it.
Tonight, The Like perform at 6820 Santa Monica Blvd. with TheNewNo.2 (MySpace) and DJ Brent Bolthouse (MySpace) in Los Angeles as part of Nylon and MySpace's School of Rock (RSVP here).
Meanwhile, BlackBlack's upcoming local shows are on June 7th at the Manimal Festival at Pappy and Harriet's (MySpace) in Pioneertown, June 14th at the Ramada Inn at 1160 N. Vermont Ave., July 7th at The Smell (MySpace) in Downtown LA, and July 15th at Echo Curio (MySpace) in Echo Park.
Special thanks to The Damn Sons, BlackBlack, The Like, and the 6th St. Warehouse.
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