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Saturday, September 27

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Pixies

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:00pm

With hundreds of mind-blowing shows under their belts going back to the '80s, Pixies remain an unstoppable force of alt rock. From Black Francis' shrieking vocals to Joey Santiago's angular ferocity on the guitar, the sonic greatness of their performances have made the chance to see them live one of indie rock's holiest grails. With Indie Cindy — the band's first new full-length since 1991 — hitting shelves in early 2014, Pixies are set to tour and take the world by storm, yet again. With hundreds of mind-blowing shows under their belts going back to the '80s, Pixies remain an unstoppable force of alt rock. From Black Francis' shrieking vocals to Joey Santiago's angular ferocity on the guitar, the sonic greatness of their performances have made the chance to see them live one of indie rock's holiest grails. With Indie Cindy — the band's first new full-length since 1991 — hitting shelves in early 2014, Pixies are set to tour and take the world by storm, yet again. 

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The Gaslight Anthem

Hollywood Palladium

Hollywood, CA 90028

7:00pm

High-octane rock outfit the Gas Light Anthem have led a steady storm up the charts since releasing their debut album Sink or Swim in 2007. The hard-charging foursome are known for their energetic live shows, where frontman Brian Fallon lends his formidable pipes to anthems like "45" and "American Slang" while the band keeps pace with an impressive onslaught of driving guitar and pounding drums. With their fifth album Get Hurt hitting shelves in 2014, the band has fans eagerly awaiting their next live shows.

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Lenny White, Victor Bailey and Larry Coryell

Catalina Bar & Grill

Hollywood, 90028

7:30pm

This lineup conjures musical magic in the minds of Jazz Rock fans, and rightfully so. Larry Coryell is a true Jazz Rock pioneer and arguably inventor as well. Lenny White – the legendary drummer in Return to Forever and on the groundbreaking Miles Davis Bitches Brew recordings – is a monster often overlooked by fans in favor of flashier style drummers. Victory Bailey gained notoriety for taking over for Jaco Pastorius in Weather Report and has grown into a phenomenal musician in every respect. This potent combination of seasoned players is guaranteed to set the stage and listening minds on fire and not to be missed.

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