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L.A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks, July 18th To 24th

Concert Picks

Kamasi Washington is at the Hollywood Bowl among the concert picks

 

I have decided to resurrect the weekly LA concert column because gigs are coming back… slowly but in a few weeks, we will be almost there. The big venues will start their season in August, so this is still a very brief list. However, it’s probable some DIY shows will pop up here and there, as it happens every week. Some shows in small venues are also announced at the last minute every week, but there are still some possibilities this week:

Sunday 18
The Grand Ole Echo at the Echo
Raelyn Nelson Band at the Hotel Cafe
Kamasi Washington, Earl Sweatshirt at the Hollywood Bowl
Kendra and the Bunnies, Los Pakalolos, Tone Slingers, Manfred Clark at the Redwood bar

Monday 19
The Sweet Kill at Harvard and Stone

Tuesday 20
Leaving Records, Alpha Pup & Spaceland Present Carlos Niño at the Echo
Livingston Taylor, Bryce Drew at the Hotel Cafe

Wednesday 21
Cassandra Violet at the Hotel Cafe

Thursday 22
The Paranoyds with Upchuck and Moonily at the Echo
Blake Christiana (of Yarn), The Strike with Sub Radio, Constanza Herrero, Super Jem, and Hiding in the Light at the Hotel Cafe
Lean with Baby Bulldog at the Moroccan Lounge
Killboy, Sophia Scott, Michelle Ray, Savannah Sgro, Alicia Creti are at Bar Lubitsch
Fenyx Rose and Sadie Rose Van, and later Jagged Baptist Club, Young Winona, Not a Friend at El Cid
Tyranis, New Elvis, Adult Toys at the Redwood bar
Bob Villain at Permanent Records
Benjamin Carter, Sara Diamond, Slake Dransky, Austin P. McKenzie, Toby are at Resident

Friday 23
Bonavega at the Echo
Orion Shoals, David Nolf, Kris Angelis, KTJ and Carly, Casey Abrams, MI$HNRZ at the Hotel Cafe
Bardo and Yungatita at the Moroccan Lounge
Captured! By Robots, Speed Of Light, DinoKale and Mad About The Boy at El Cid
PEANUT BUTTER WOLF, J ROCC, XICA SOUL, SONRISITA at the Lodge Room
Eddie Spaghetti with Frank Meyer at the Redwood bar

Saturday 24
Dante Elephante at the Echo
THUMP at the Lodge Room
Sachi Sato, Diamond White, Zachariah & the Lobos Riders, Shane Alexander, Ellee Duke with Molly Kate Kestner, Natalie Gelman, Kris Gruen, Ella Martine at the Hotel Cafe
Funky Sole at the Echo

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