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May 22, 2003|Karla S. Blume

The guys in Supergrass "are young, they've got green, they've got teeth nice and clean" and they're doing a two-night stint at the El Rey Theatre on Aug. 8-9; tickets on sale now.

The Pacific Amphitheatre Summer Concert season is on sale now: Juan Gabriel on July 12, Melissa Etheridge and Joan Osborne on July 13, Crosby, Stills & Nash on July 15, 311 and Something Corporate on July 18, Marco Antonio Solis on July 19, Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith on July 20, Devo and Cake on July 22, Steely Dan on July 23, Doobie Brothers and Buddy Guy on July 24, the Doors on July 25, Alanis Morissette and Jason Mraz on July 26, Bob Dylan & His Band on July 27, Alan Jackson and Joe Nichols on July 29, Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald on July 30, Jethro Tull on Aug. 1, Boston on Aug. 3.

Evan Dando will take the stage at the El Rey on June 28; tickets on sale now.

The annual All Tomorrow's Parties festival will be held June 20-22 at the Palladium, Palace and Fonda theaters. Performers include: And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead, the Fall, the Minutemen, Patti Smith, Throwing Muses, Kool Keith, Daniel Johnston, the Breeders, Mogwai, John Wesley Harding, others; tickets on sale now.

At the House of Blues: Chris Isaak on Aug. 26-27. Burning Spear on Sept. 4; tickets for both shows on sale Friday.

On sale now at the Troubadour: Naked Trucker on June 15, Ima Robot on June 19, 3 Bad Jacks and Damnation on June 20, Gemma Hayes on June 23, 12 Stones, June 26.

Adema heads for the Glass House on July 11; tickets on sale today.

On sale now at the Roxy: Jay Farrar on July 19, Steel Pulse on July 26.

At the House of Blues Anaheim: Pato Banton & Reggae Revolution on Aug. 8, Burning Spear on Sept. 5; tickets on sale Friday. Third Eye Blind on June 26; tickets on sale Saturday.

On sale now at the Viper Room: The Buzzcocks on June 7, Eric Heatherly on May 27, Junior/Senior on May 28 and Daniel Bedingfield on June 5.

On sale now at the Grove of Anaheim: Paul Rodgers and Kansas on Aug. 10.

-- Karla S. Blume

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