Go See Hear in L.A. Aug. 8-28 (The Most Of August issue)

Because of scheduling situations, I am going to give a quick overview of recommendations for the next couple weeks.

One big recommendation goes to the big Roots Roadhouse Fest at the Echo/Echoplex on the 14th. This grand Grand Ole Echo extravaganza features a terrific lineup of the Sadies, Jessie Sykes, Eilen Jewell, Big Sandy, Mike Stinson, Whitey Morgan, Dawn Landes and more. Get yourself over there for a little or a lot of Americana music mania.

The top double bill must be the Josh Ritter and Old 97’s concert the Wiltern on Aug. 17.

Other notable shows include:

Eels and the Submarines at the El Rey 8/12

Decemberists with Wye Oak at the Greek 8/12

Lucinda Williams at the Orange County Great Park – 8/13

Michelle Shocked at Pershing Square – 8/13

Adele with Wanda Jackson at the Greek – 8/15

Grownup Noise (a particularly cool band, check out their enchanting This Time With Feeling CD) at the Silverlake Lounge – 8/15

Richard Buckner and David Kilgour – Bootleg Theater – 8/16

Nick Lowe at the Grammy Museum – 8/16

Mia Doi Todd and Holcombe Waller at the Satellite – 8/17

The Weepies at the Troubadour – 8/17

Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones at the Troubadour – 8/18

Ventura Folk Festival (Peter Case, Dead Rock West, White Buffalo and 50 Sticks of Dynamite. featuring Jim Messina, JD Souther, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot and John Doe top the bill) at Ventura’s Mission Park – 8/20-21

Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart at McCabe’s – 8/21

Gabby Young & Other Animals at the Hotel Café – 8/23

Madi Diaz at the Hotel Café – 8/25

Kitty, Daisy and Lewis at the Satellite – 8/25

Johanna & the Dusty Floor at the Mint – 8/25

that dog at the Troubadour – 8/26

Charles Bradley at the Getty Center – 8/27

Del McCoury at the Orange County Great Park – 8/27

Brian Wilson at the Cerritos Center – 8/27

And the Sunset Junction Street Festival will be filling up Silverlake with great sounds (including Charles Bradley, Art Brut, Madi Diaz and more) 8/27-28

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About Michael Berick

I am a longtime writer, and lover, of music and pop culture. I have written for Entertainment Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, the LA Weekly, the San Francisco Chronicle, Cleveland Scene and more places (that I wouldn't take up more of your time mentioning now).
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