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Tonight in Rock: Will Kanye West Crash a Museum Tonight?

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The Cuban Cowboys, who were profiled on NPR last October, play tonight at the Temple Bar | Photo from their MySpace page

Last Friday when A-Trak and Kid Sister played at New York City's Natural History Museum, Kanye West made a surprise visit. Neither Flavorpill or the Natural History Museum list Kanye for tonight's version of the NYC event, First Friday, but rumors are afloat, as they're bound to happen. Nevertheless, the evening looks to be killer anyway.

A-Trak, Kid Sister @ Natural History Museum
Boys II Men, Mosaic, Natalie, Lafelle @ Crash Mansion L.A.
Bat Makumba, Cuban Cowboys, Public Property @ Temple Bar
BB Chung King & the Buddaheads @ Cozy's Bar & Grill
KRS-One @ Blue Cafe
Los Lobos @ Royce Hall
Mike Stinson @ Cinema Bar
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis @ Walt Disney Concert Hall

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