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Nov. 11-14

San Diego Music Thing at The Lafayette

The Lafayette Hotel will once again be the home of music and media conference San Diego Music Thing Nov. 11-14. Daytimes at the event are dedicated to panels and seminars, but the evenings are focused on showcase gigs at venues around the city. While most are ticketed happenings, on Nov. 14, there will be a free, all-ages show on Ray Street, with a stage at North Park Way. On hand will be an excellent cross section of local artists including folk duo Triumph of the Wild, quirky popsters Echo Park Social Club, powerpop favorites Super Buffet, Americana duo Podunk Nowhere and singer-songwriter Brad Perry. If the latter sounds familiar, it is indeed the same Brad Perry who can be seen reporting for KUSI, here in acoustic troubadour mode, promoting his latest album, “Americana with Soul.” 

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