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[Recommended] Fitz And The Tantrums, High Noon Saloon, Jan. 30th, 8PM

Fitz And The Tantrums High Noon Saloon, Sunday Jan. 30th, 8PM, 18+, $10/$12 Based out of: Los Angeles Genre: Indie Rock, Soul Musical Influences: Motown, Talking Heads, Radiohead, Jeff Buckley, and of course The Beatles/Stones Fitz & The Tantrums were founded by Michael Fitzpatrick and he shares vocals with Noelle Scaggs. The band has expanded to include horns and many other kinds of instruments. The groups debut EP was "Songs for a Breakup Vol. 1" that was released in 2009. They signed with Dangerbird Records and released their first album "Pickin' Up The Pieces" in August of 2010. They've toured with Maroon 5 and also recently did some songs on Jimmy Kimmel. Here is their awesome song "MoneyGrabber": Why should you go?
  1. They are legendary live.
  2. The High Noon Saloon is a cool place to go where you're unlikely to be harassed....but the hipsters will be out and about in swarms.
  3. Anybody that lists the Motown label AND Radiohead  AND Talking Heads as influences is awesome!
So come down to the High Noon Saloon this Sunday to enjoy a great show!


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01/25/2011 10:35AM
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01/25/2011 2:00PM
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Do you love Fitz and The Tantrums? They recently were in Philly and gave an awesome performance at Radio 104.5. Check out the cool videos here! http://www.radio1045.com/pages/studio/fitz_and_the_tantrums.html
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