Pyles' July Show Supply

91x's Tim Pyles counts down the best shows in the month of July

Summertime in the city! Long and steamy nights with some live music is your prescription. Go see a show, support local and touring bands. Tell everyone we have the best burritos in the country -- I do! Did you know that is what local touring bands miss the most? The California Burrito! Lot's of great shows this month, so go see one! Here are my picks and suggestions for you, and thanks for reading.

July 3: Rebecca Jade & the Cold Fact, Birdy Bardot, the Midnight Pine, Erik Canzona & the Narrows, Creature & the Woods at the Casbah -- it's the Redwoods Revue; they are a local record label.
July 4: Happy Independence Day, don't lose a finger!
July 5: Micky Dolenz at Sycuan Live & Up Close (El Cajon). "Hey, Hey, I'm a Monkey!"
July 6: Church Night and the Gorgeous Boyscouts at the Soda Bar; support local music!
July 7: Juan Wauters at the Hideout. Juan Wauters represents Queens, NYC and is the leader of the Beets.
July 8: Veruca Salt and Talk In Tongues at Soda Bar. Veruca is back with a new album and I can't wait to hear “Seether” live and in person!
July 9: The Aquabats and the Interrupters at House Of Blues, special Comic-Con show. It's a tradition now!
July 10: Prayers at the Hideout. Cholo-goth from San Diego, now working with Travis Barker of Blink-182.
July 11: Mr. Tube & The Flying Objects, Schizophonics, Madly, Badabing at the Casbah -- excellent all-local bill!
July 12: Trans Am, Sleeping People, CBOT And the Paperwork at the Casbah, ‘90s post-rockers Trans Am will provide you with the cerebral rock & roll sounds you need.
July 13: Chrome at the Casbah. Helios Creed fronts this legendary experimental rock and post-punk band.
July 14: Cayucas at the Casbah, indie pop band that used to be called Oregon Bike Trails.
July 15: Lincoln Durham at Soda Bar. From his Facebook page: “Obnoxious Southern-Gothic Psycho-Blues Revival-Punk One-Man-Band who does not play well with others.”
July 16: Dick Diver at Soda Bar. Aussie indie-pop rockers who don't eat shrimp off barbies.
July 17: Built to Spill, Slam Dunk, Genders at Belly Up. Who Da Ho? I Da Ho! That is where indie rockers Built To Spill are from: Boise, Idaho.
July 18: Magic Giant and Babe at Soda Bar. It's a night of folk revivalists.
July 19: Barenaked Ladies, Violent Femmes and Colin Hay at SDSU Open Air Theatre -- relive the ’80s and ’90s with these hit-makers!
July 20: Patrick Dennis, Oh, Spirit! and Little Dove at Casbah; an amazing all-local bill handpicked by me, TP.
July 21: Mavis Staples and Patty Griffin at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay; the Queen of Gospel!
July 22: The "Happy Together" Tour at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay
with the Turtles feat. Flo & Eddie, the Association, Mark Lindsay, the Grass Roots, the Buckinghams and the Cowsills; come on get happy and relive the 1960s!
July 23: The Adolescents, Weirdos, the Creepy Creeps at the Belly Up; an evening of punk and rock and surf music.
July 24: Hamish Anderson at House Of Blues - Voodoo Stage. Rock, blues and folk from down under.
July 25: Pokey LaFarge, Quiet Life at the Casbah; country, blues and early jazz for the 21st century.
July 26: Northern American at the Merrow; purveyors of a vibe that may remind you of the ‘80s.
July 27: Jaz Coleman: “Letters from Cythera Spoken Word” Tour at the Casbah -- frontman for Killing Joke.
July 28: Melt Banana, Torche, Hot Nerds at the Casbah; might get loud, get ear plugs at the bar.
July 29: Rasputina at Soda Bar; cello-based band from NYC.
July 30: SoundDiego LIVE at the Soda Bar with the New Regime, Madly and Future Crooks, RSVP here.
July 31: Lucy's Fur Coat at the Casbah! ’90s San Diego rock legends return again! Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots stole moves from LFC’s lead singer Charlie Ware back in the day; it was from a show at Bodie's that Scott saw Charlie perform and shortly thereafter he was using similar moves.

Have a night out and go see a show! We need you to go see more live music and stop hanging out at craft beer bars. I kid (sort of). Please support local music and we can be best friends!

Tim Pyles, a longtime local who grew up in La Jolla, is the unofficial mayor of local music and hosts Loudspeaker via 91x every Sunday from 7-10 p.m. He also books local acts at the Casbah, hosts the weekly Anti-Monday League, books/hosts the monthly Maryjane's Underground at the House of Blues and is an entertainment writer for Pacific San Diego Magazine. Check out his website and and follow him on Twitter @thelocalpyle. You can reach him directly here

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