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Tonight in Rock: Folk, Soul-Grass & some Punk Dub

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Jordan McConnell of The Duhks | Photo via thir Myspace page

Willie Nelson may be playing downtown tonight, but if you want some folk rock that's local and amazingly fresh, go hear Brian Wright and the Waco Tragedies. We heard them last week at their first show of their Hotel Cafe February residency and it was in-your-face and beautiful. But you've got a tough choice if you like this kind of music because when it rains, it pours -- Canadian acoustic folk soul-grass band, The Duhks, will be at the Knitting Factory.

"Ol' Cook Pot" - The Duhks

Willie Nelson @ Nokia Live
Captain Automatic, Man & the Motorcar @ The Bordello
Umphrey’s McGee, Dub Trio @ Crash Mansion
The Duhks @ Knitting Factory
I Make This Sound, The Breakups, The Amateurs, Le Switch @ The Echo

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Halestorm @ Viper Room ($10), West Hollywood
The Weather Underground @ Silverlake Lounge ($8), Silver Lake
Brian Wright & The Waco Tragedies @ Hotel Cafe ($10), Hollywood

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