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Tonight in Rock: What Made Milwaukee Famous

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In anticipation of their March 4 album debut, What Made Milwaukee Famous will be in LA for five shows this week | Photo by Cambria Harkey

As usual on Mondays, it's a big residency night in Los Angeles. Lots of free shows or, at least cheap ones, to pick from. Outside the residency radar, Buddyhead is throwing a belated Christmas party tonight at La Cita. Santa Casper will be there for you to sit on his lap and tell him if you've been naughty or nice and drink specials are $2 Tecate, $3 Domestic beer, $4 Import Beer and claims of cheap Jager shots.

Also What Made Milwaukee Famous will be playing the first of five Los Angeles shows at Spaceland tonight along with February residents, Pity Party, who we interviewed a few weeks ago.

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Shat, Sid Brown, DTFM, Shit Yeah @ La Cita, Downtown
The Digs, Jeffrey Davies, Rocking Horse People, Karabal Nightlife @ Mr. T's Bowl, Highland Park
Monday Night Jammmz @ The Baked Potato, Studio City
Dengue Fever, The Coral Sea, The Black Pine @ Viper Room, West Hollywood

Monday Night Residencies (see the complete guide to Feb. residencies here)
The Henry Clay People @ The Echo (Free), Echo Park
Rickie Lee Jones @ Echoplex ($20-25), Echo Park
Robert Francis @Silverlake Lounge (Free), Silver Lake
Pity Party @ Spaceland (Free), Silver Lake
Smash Fashion & DJ Audio Puppet @Crash Mansion ($3), Downtown
We Barbarians @ Detroit Bar (Free), Costa Mesa

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