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Eden Burning | FM Rodeo | Sue The Dinosaur | Grant Benjamin's Undervention

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Eden Burning, Grant Benjamin's Undervention & more...
With catchy tunes like "Someday" and a touch of punk flavor in hits like "Nothing's Good Enough", it's no wonder that L.A. transplant Mike Robles cited Eden Burning as a 'band who belongs in L.A." Eden Burning has open for acts like Ace Freehley, Saving Abel, DOKKEN and Puddle of Mudd. But if you ask Phil (vocalist) he will tell you his favorite moment was performing at "Whiskey a Go Go" (known around the globe as "The Whiskey") on L.A.'s Sunset Strip. Catch them live with their friends 3/11/22! 21 & up only.

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