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Hollywood Hot Spot, April 2010

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Here are our hottest picks for the next few months for a great time in Los Angeles. If you're lucky, you just might catch The Hollywood Sentinel or some of our sexy friends at one of the events here below, red carpet parties not included!

April 2010

2, The Wedding Present, The Troubadour / assemblage 23 with angel theory, das bunker at 4067 W Pico Blvd, LA, 90019, 10pm, 18 and up

3, 4, Bad Religion, House of Blues, Faith and the Muse, 1652 N. Cherokee Ave., Hollywood, CA

5, The Church, The Roxy / Hellen Stellar, Mere Mortals (Free Show) Spaceland

7, Citizen Cope, the Wiltern

8, Slash, Rob Zombie, Fear Factory, et al, Nokia

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10, Bad Religion, HOB

16, Arlo Guthrie, Royce Hall / Bad Religion, 16, 17, HOB

18, Styx, Gibson

20 - (until May 9th) Chicago (the play), Pantages

24, 25, Conan O'Brien (stand up), Gibson

30, Too Short, Key Club

May

11, F. Buttons, (experimental rock)Troubadour

12, V.V. Brown, Troubadour

15, 16, A-ha, Club Nokia

18, 19, Massive Attack, Wiltern

25, 26, Nada Surf, Troubadour

29, War, Greek

June

6, U2 sold out, Angels Stadium / Mtv Movie Awards, Gibson

7, U2, Angels Stadium

24, Psychedelic Furs, She Wants Revenge, Wiltern

31, Level 42, Nokia

July

24, Go Go's, Greek Theatre

31, Pat Benetar, Greek

August

8, Teen Choice Awards, Gibson

14, Billy Idol, Palladium

27, Cyndi Lauper, Greek

2010, The Hollywood Sentinel, All rights reserved.

Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and Subnormal Magazine, and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com

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