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Friday, October 12, 2012

Friday Night Music

Posted By on Fri, Oct 12, 2012 at 5:22 PM

The Liquid Lounge has the Keaton Collective tonight with special guest All You All. The Keaton Collective is the result of three bands combining to form one super group that generates a unique indie-rock sound with strong harmonies and thought provoking songs like Hitler Doesn’t Own That Mustache and 1800 Pounds of Fur and Thunder. $5. 9pm

Celebrate the 12th anniversary of the Red Dragon Restaurant on Third by attending a free show by local band The Neck Tie Killers. Have some moo shu and dance to the funk, ska and rock beats that have made the Necktie Killers a local favorite. Free. 6:30pm.

The Horned Hand has ambient, new wave, orchestral indie-pop band Little Owl. Santa Barbara based Little Owl recently recorded a full length album and our touring the West Coast in preparation for the album release. RIYL Arcade Fire and Animal Collective. 8pm.

Imagine Paul Simon and Cheryl Crow had a baby. That baby (musically speaking) is Andy Hackbarth. Hackbarth mashes flamenco and classical guitar with upbeat, contemporary-folk songs to create a smooth, sweet sound that is both original and appealing and definitely worth a trip down to the Silver Moon Brewery. 9pm.


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