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Sounds Like San Diego: Sept. 11

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    There are plenty of shows around San Diego to keep you entertained on Thursday. For one, punk icons GBH perform at the Hideout after having to cancel their original Casbah date due to visa issues. (If you had tickets, they were already refunded, so you have to buy new ones). Meanwhile, Hot Snakes play their second night in a row, this time to a sold out 21+ crowd at the Casbah. Even with those great shows, my pick is definitely Waters at Soda Bar. This indie band has been through San Diego three or four times now, and singer Van Pierszalowski is one of the nicest guys in music. Perhaps you were familiar with his former Bay Area band, Port O'Brien. Waters' lineup is a little more rockin, but he's still just as nice, and as a frontman, he's even more charismatic and not quite as shy onstage as he used to be. If you love indie, this is easily your pick for the night. 

    Thursday, Sept. 11:

    • Waters, Wild Ones, Zella Day the Bilinda Butchers, Hunny @ Soda Bar
    • Hot Snakes, the Heartaches, Teenage Burritos @ Casbah (sold out)
    • Casbah presents GBH, Revolut-Chix, Sculpins @ The Hideout
    • Johnny Polygon, Parker and the Numberman, Nocando @ Til-Two Club
    • Accept, Metal Church @ Belly Up
    • The Whiskey Circle, Sneaky Bones @ Sycamore Den
    • Open Mic Night @ Tin Can
    • Buzz, Raelee Nikole @ Lestat's
    • Karina Frost, Dauzet St. Marie, Jonathan Charles @ The Merrow
    • Sue Palmer @ Croce's Park West
    • Curtis Brooks @ Humphrey's Backstage Live
    • Rockin' Aces @ Tio Leo's
    • Agua Dulce @ Winston's
    • Porter Robinson, Lemaitre, Giraffage @ SOMA
    • Ookay @ Fluxx
    • Live Band Karaoke @ 710 Beach Club

    Rosemary Bystrak is the publicist for the Casbah and The North Park Theatre, and writes about the San Diego music scene, events and general musings about life in San Diego on San Diego: Dialed In. Follow her updates on Twitter or contact her directly.

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