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August 07, 2003|Karla S. Blume

At the Glass House: The Distillers on Sept. 6; tickets on sale Saturday. Rufio on Sept. 9; tickets on sale now. Relient K on Sept. 30; tickets on sale now.

On sale now at the Roxy: Nappy Roots on Aug. 11, Andy Dick on Aug. 27, Big City Rock and the Waking Hours on Aug. 29, the Darkness on Sept. 18, One Man Army on Sept. 19, My Morning Jacket on Oct. 11-12.

On sale now at the Troubadour: Caustic Resin on Aug. 24, Mellowdrone on Aug. 28, New Amsterdams on Aug. 29, AM Radio on Aug. 30, Jonny Was on Aug. 31.

On sale now at the Key Club: The Kottonmouth Kings on Aug. 25, Strutter on Sept. 5, Cecilio & Kapono on Sept. 14, Mac McAnally on Sept. 28, Joe Ely on Oct. 2, Local H on Oct. 3.

At the El Rey: Calexico on Sept. 18; tickets on sale Saturday.

On sale now at the Knitting Factory: Brant Bjork on Sept. 4, Blue Rodeo on Sept. 22, Edward Ka-Spel on Oct. 10.

On sale now at the Viper Room: Powerman 5000 on Aug. 25.

On sale now at the House of Blues: The Plastilina Mosh on Aug. 25 has been cancelled and combined with the Enrique Bunbury show on Aug. 23. All tickets will be honored. Fear on Aug. 21, Bob Schneider on Sept. 7, Mack 10 on Sept. 19.

At the House of Blues Anaheim: Hieroglyphics on Sept. 25, Mack 10 on Sept. 17; tickets for both shows on sale now. Hanson on Aug. 31; tickets on sale Saturday.

At the Universal Amphitheatre: Mike Epps on Sept. 27; tickets on sale Saturday.

At the John Anson Ford Theatre: Ian Anderson on Sept. 29; tickets on sale Sunday.

Thrice head for the Palladium on Oct. 31; tickets on sale Saturday.

The Art Laboe Show Live will be held at the Hyundai Pavilion at Glen Helen on Sept. 13. Performers for the event include: Zapp, GQ, the Escorts; tickets on sale Saturday.

On sale now at the Canyon: Kottonmouth Kings on Aug. 21, the Young Dubliners on Sept. 5, Venice on Sept. 6, Paul Rodriguez on Sept. 26, Vonda Shepard on Sept. 27, the Bangles on Oct. 17.

Lynyrd Skynyrd has had to cancel its show at the Greek on Aug. 14. A new date has not been scheduled.

-- Karla S. Blume

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