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LAist has a story to tell, from our electrical well, it's a little message and we're leaving out the whistles and bells.

But what we aren't leaving out is exciting news for some, and to others -- well, you probably won't care.

But if you're fans of the eclectic band They Might Be Giants, then you'll be glad to know that they're "storming the castle" so to speak over the next two months, with television appearances on The Today Show (2/12) and the Conan O'Brien Show (2/15) and live performances here in Los Angeles in March.

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For those interesting in checking them out while they're here in the City of Angels, tickets go on sale this Saturday via Ticketmaster for their March 24th appearance at The House of Blues. As for their free concert, the following night at Amoeba in Hollywood -- it's free. Free, we tell you. FREE!

They might not be musical giants, but as far as we're concerned -- they're pretty damn good.

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