Friday, December 14, 2007

Things To Do In San Diego: December 14-16, 2007

Friday, December 14, 2007:
  • Red Pony Clock, The Donkeys, Fishboy, Eux Autres @ Ken Club
  • The Vision of A Dying World (CD Release), The Sess, Red Feathers @ Tower Bar
  • Pussy Galore Presents The Modlins (CD Release), Joanie + Secretaries @ Whistle Stop
  • Club Fashion Whore 2 year Anniversary feat. Quest-ce Que C'est @ Brass Rail
  • Beta Lion, Squiddo, Roxy Jones, The Red Lights @ O'Connell's
  • Tom Brousseau @ North Park Vaudeville & Candy Shoppe
  • Throw Rag, The Hitchhikers, The Screamin' Yeehaws @ Casbah
  • Unwritten Law, Daredevil Jane @ House of Blues
  • Lisa Sanders, Patty Blee, Coyote Problem @ Lestat's
  • Nico Vega, Semi Precious Weapons @ Beauty Bar
  • Media Lab, Dante’s Boneyard, Onesidezero, An E For Effort @ Brick By Brick
  • Tartufi (SF), Enter Telescope, The Sundelles @ Scolari's
  • No People (Japan), Belly Button (Japan),Pterodacdudes, Punkin Piea(TX)@ Zombie Lounge
  • The Acacia Strain, Despised Icon, Full Brown Chaps, Tony Danza Tapdance, Extravaganza, End of Eden @ Soma
  • Kim Wilson, Michelle Lundeen & Blues Streak @ Winston's
  • Janiva Magness @ Anthology
  • Makai @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge
  • Gene Perry & Afro Rhumba @ Dizzy's (San Diego Wine & Culinary Center)

Saturday, December 15, 2007:

  • Tecolote Guitar Works Grand Opening @ 1231 Morena Blvd. 4-7pm. Live music, refreshments, and art.
  • FM 94/9 Holiday Hootenanny feat. Queens of the Stone Age, Pinback, Louis XIV, The Kooks, Mute Math, Rogue Wave @ Rimac Arena
  • School Of Rock Best of The 90s, Mike Keneally @ Epicentre 1 pm
  • Tell Mama, Team Abraham @ Tower Bar
  • Toys For Tots Benefit @ Hensley's Flying Elephant
  • Tom Brosseau, Angela Correa @ North Park Vaudeville & Candy Shoppe
  • Vanja James, Demasiado, Quinn Allen @ Lestat's
  • Hostile Combover, Cabron, Tijuana Knife Fight @ Alibi
  • Deadbolt, The Nightmares @ Ken Club
  • Afraid Not Scared @ Hot Java Cafe
  • Allegiance, Bitter End, Internal Affairs, Violation, Down Again, and Feed @ Che Cafe
  • Disposible Thumbs (IL)@ Scolari's
  • Imperial Teen, Midnight Movies @ Casbah
  • SMOGTOWN, BROKEN BOTTLES, Vultures United(LA), The Underclassmen @ Zombie Lounge
  • Team Sleep, Monster In The Machine, Strata, First Wave Hello @ Soma
  • The Sickstring Outlaws @ Gallagher's (OB)
  • Delta Nove, Ishmael the Peacemaker @ Winston's
  • Tapwater, Brain Buckit @ O'Connell's
  • The Young Dubliners Christmas Show, The Drowning Men @ Belly Up
  • Jim Kweskin & Geoff Muldaur @ Acoustic Music San Diego
  • My American Heart, A Change of Pace, Everybody Else and The White Tie Affair @ Epicentre
  • Dave Mason @ Anthology (early show)
  • Ronnie Baker Brooks @ Anthology (late show)
  • Jamie Crawford @ Humphrey's Backstage Lounge

Sunday, December 16, 2007:

  • Spitting On Cops,The Neverland Ranch Hands,Vietnam HC, Cabron, Fkenal @ Voz Alta, 2pm, $2 & one can of dog food
  • School Of Rock Best of The 90s, Mike Keneally @ Epicentre 4pm
  • Firethorn, Someday Assassin, Heard (LA)@ Zombie Lounge
  • Jamie Lival (Scottish Fiddle Champion) Ashley Brader (Mandolin Virtuoso)@ Dizzy's (San Diego Wine & Culinary Center)
  • The Donnis Trio, Cydney Robinson @ Lestat's
  • OB-o-ke @ Winston's
  • The Mar Dels Christmas Show@ Belly Up
  • Mikan Zlatkovich tribute to Joe Zawinul @ Anthology
  • Angels & Airwaves, The Playing Favorites @ Loser Kids Grand Opening


eric said...

damn. what an awesome night for local music. there's about 4 other shows that would be my "Plan A" on any given night, but most likely i'll be at ours.

anyone who stays home tonight is a sucker. Ken Club, Tower Bar, Whistlestop. Even our friends over at O'Connells have a great line-up.

and we played with Eux Autres last night, they were awesome.

Rosemary Bystrak said...

I'm right there with many good shows tonight. Hopefully all of the shows you mentioned are well attended because all are gonna be awesome.

Lazy John said...

The Imperial Teen/Midnight Movies/Loverlee show was excellent. The Casbah was only about 2/3 capacity, and there wasn't a hipster cliche in sight, which made for a great atmosphere. I only caught the last song by Loverlee, but they were smiley and unpretentious and used a train whistle in the song. Midnight Movies were atmospheric and all-encompassing in sound, yet also unpretentious. Imperial Teen was jaunty and playful, and Will even giggled through his mistakes, calling them "stinkers." It's the most fun show I've attended in San Diego in years.