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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Show Announcements: Week of August 5

Posted By on Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 12:13 PM

Berlin's freaksters King Khan and the Shrines bring their retro psychedelic soul to 2720 Cherokee on October 3.
  • Berlin's freaksters King Khan and the Shrines bring their retro psychedelic soul to 2720 Cherokee on October 3.

2720 Cherokee *King Khan and the Shrines, October 3 *Lower Dens, August 21 *Stanton Moore Trio, October 2

The Ambassador *The Ladies Anthem Tour with Lyfe Jennings, Dondria, Aloha, August 8

Apop Records *Locrian, November 5 *Shiny Around the Edges, August 5

Cicero's *Jukebox the Ghost, September 21 *Pilot Cloud, August 18 *Sparta Philharmonic, August 16 *Vanity Theft, August 15 *True Womanhood, August 19

Family Arena *Kenny G, December 16

The Firebird *Jonny Craig, September 16 *Rookie of the Year, August 22

The Fox Theatre *Drake, with Clipse, September 9

Fubar *Dommin, August 10 *Oceano, August 26 *The Wonder Years, August 19

The Gramophone *Cedric Burnside and Lightnin' Malcolm, August 18 *The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker, October 1 *The Drastics, August 20 *Two Tons of Steel, September 30 *Yo Mama's Big Fat Booty Band, September 24

Off Broadway *Band of Heathens, October 31 *Breathe Owl Breathe, October 7 *Damion Suomi and The Minor Prophets, August 31 *Pat McGee, November 4 *Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers, September 8

Old Rock House *The Books, November 2 *Family Groove Company, August 27 *Jackie Greene, October 22 *Monte Montgomery Band, October 8 *The Original Wailers, August 29 *Raul Malo, October 6 *Tyrone Wells, October 26

The Pageant *Joshua Radin, November 10 *Say Anything/Motion City Soundtrack *Seether, September 8 *Toadies, September 25

Pop's *Clutch, November 4 *Tech N9ne, October 17

Sheldon Concert Hall *The Cunninghams, September 9

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