Tag Archives: Darlingside

Go See Hear In L.A. July 14-17 (the Wye Oak/Branches edition)

Yes, I have been delinquent here. Work, what can I say. Hopefully I have kept up enough to present a complete enough roundup today (and, btw,  the alternative title was  BØRNS / GØGGS edition). Okay, so I thought I might … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. March 1-8 (the Freakwater/Wavves edition)

A lot of good stuff this week, particularly in the twangy troubadour department: Bob Woodruff, Lucinda Williams, Sean Rowe, Bobby Long, Liza Anne and a guy named David Crosby. There were other opportunities for other fun wordplay to call this … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. Nov. 4-9 (The Those Pretty Wrongs/Darlingside edition)

Yes, a little late this week. And it wasn’t because I couldn’t decide what to call this edition. The other choices I came up with were Steel Wheels/Made of Oak, Tushka/ Alyeska or 2Ton Bridge/Leon Bridges. Did I make the … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. July 28 – Aug. 3 (the Jayhawks/I See Hawks in L.A. edition)

July rolls into August with a full week of music. It is particularly strong on the free show front, which is never a bad thing. JD McPherson plays the Santa Monica Pier on Thursday, while Hot Club of Cowtown will … Continue reading

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Go See Hear In L.A. June 23-29 (The McLagan-McLachlan edition)

The weather might not yet be hot enough for “mad dogs and Englishmen,” but this week offers an invasion of British hall of famers. Steve Winwood, who was known in his younger days in Traffic and Blind Faith, plays the … Continue reading

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