Show Announcements: Week of October 21

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Santa Barbara's Tommy and the High Pilots cull inspiration from the annals of classic blues, country and rock. Don't worry, we're coming up with a new chillwave-esque genre name right now. Catch them at the Firebird on December 5.
  • Santa Barbara's Tommy and the High Pilots cull inspiration from the annals of classic blues, country and rock. Don't worry, we're coming up with a new chillwave-esque genre name right now. Catch them at the Firebird on December 5.

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Anthony Gomes Blues Project, November 7 *Charles Walker Blues Band, November 11

Blueberry Hill *Chuck Berry, November 10 *Tea Leaf Green, January 27

The Firebird *The Forecast, December 22 *Holly Golightly, November 30 *Lo-Pan, November 21 *The Secret Handshake, November5 *Tommy and the High Pilots, December 5

Fubar *Cruel Hand, November 2 *Evil Survives, October 21 *Jucifer, October 29 *Vanna, October 26

The Gramophone *Paleface, December 9

Jazz at the Bistro *Bill Charlap Trio, April 27-30 *Ronald Carter and OGD, March 11

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Animal City, December 20 *Life in a Vacuum, November 10 *Suffix, November 12

Off Broadway *Fred Eaglesmith, February 11

Old Rock House *Marrakesh Express, January 8 *Split Lip Rayfield, February 3 *Stew and the Negro Problem, November 11

The Pageant *Shinedown (acoustic)/Will Hoge, December 2 - Ho Ho Show *Chevelle/Hail the Villain/Finger Eleven, December 12 - Ho Ho Show *Sick Puppies/Alter Bridge/Bad City, December 13 - Ho Ho Show *My Chemical Romance/Middle Class Rut, December 14 - Ho Ho Show *Cake, December 15 - Ho Ho Show

Touhill Performing Arts Center *Sara Bareilles, November 13

VooDoo Lounge *Josh Gracin, November 4

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