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Friday, September 28, 2012

Tonight in Music

Posted by Courtney Ferguson on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 11:44 AM

Banh Mi (Via)

Record Room–Steelhymen, Tiny Knives, Banh Mi, 8 pm
Agnes Flanagan Chapel, Lewis & Clark College–Views from Cascadia: Third Angle, 7:30 pm, $5-35
Alberta Rose Theatre–Don of Division St., The My Oh Mys, Wire Faces, 8 pm, $10-12
Al's Den–Sam Cooper, Omni Omnibus, 8 pm, free
Backspace–Laura Marling, 9 pm, $13, all ages
Bamboo Grove Salon–Untoward: A Benefit for the CMG: Concern, Interiors X, Medicine Cabinet, Neal Morgan, Allie Hankins & Zac Pennington, Wet Wool, 7 pm, all ages
East EndThe Prids, Helvetia, Silent Numbers, 9 pm
Holocene–Julianna Barwick, Maria Minerva, Father Finger, DJ vs. Nature, 7 pm, $10; Snap!: Dr. Adam, Colin Jones, 9 pm, $3
Mississippi Studios–The Pynnacles, Paradise, Brothers of the Last Watch, 9 pm, $8-10
Slabtown–Rabbits, Hot Victory, Diesto, Towers, 8 pm
The Spare Room–The Caleb Klauder Country Band, Dave Stucky & The Rhythm Gang, 9 pm, $10
Star Theater–Patterson Hood & the Downtown Rumblers, Hope for Agoldensummer, 9 pm, $20
Valentine's–Zac Pennington, 9 pm

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