Aug. 29--From Interpol's indie rock to Kill The Noise's electro house as well as Love and Theft's country stylings, there's a grab bag of music for fans locally.
At the Fox Theater in Pomona, a number of new concerts have been added to the fall schedule starting with New York City'sInterpol. The group, whose debut album "Turn On the Bright Lights" came out in 2002, is scheduled to play Sept. 22. Opening for them will be Mexico City'sRey Pila.
Experimental rock act Circa Survive hailing from Philadelphia has performed at the Fox numerous times and, after releasingits last album "Violent Waves" in 2012, is set to return Nov. 26. Fellow Pennsylvania rockers Title Fight is scheduled to open up the show. The groups are also set to perform Nov. 29 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.
Kill The Noise, real name Jake Stanczak, is a Los Angeles DJ and producer who most recently co-produced the song "Recess" with Skrillex, which also features Fatman Scoop and Passion Pit front man Michael Angelakos. Kill The Noise is scheduled to perform at the Fox, at 301 S. Garey Ave., in Pomona on Oct. 12 with openers Milo & Otis and Ape Drums. The day before on Oct. 11, he'll perform at Club Nokia, 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles.
Tickets range from $30.60-$58.80 depending on act and location.
For more information, head to www.foxpomona.com or www.clubnokia.com.
In San Bernardino County, country music is the focus of Toby Keith'sI Love This Bar and Grill in Rancho Cucamonga, with a number of prominent acts headed to the venue.
Nashville's Love and Theft, as part of their "Night That You'll Never Forget Tour," are penciled in to headline on Dec. 12. The group, featuring Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, is probably best known for the 2011 No. 1 country hit "Angel Eyes."
Additionally, the show is set to feature Joel Crouse and DJ DU. Tickets range from $15-$20 depending if the ticket is purchased in advance.
Natalie Stovall and The Drive, also of Nashville, just released their first single "Baby Come On with It " this year and are slated to headline an Oct. 16 concert presented by K-FROG 95.1 radio also at Keith's bar and grill. Tickets range from $5-$10.
Louisiana'sChris Cagle, who had a No. 1 country hit with his 2001 song "I Breathe In, I Breathe Out," is scheduled for Nov. 14 at the venue. The K-FROG 95.1 radio station is also presenting the performance, with tickets ranging from $22-$27.
Toby Keith'sI Love This Bar and Grill is at 12635 N. Main St., Rancho Cucamonga.
For more information, head to countrybarca.com/events.
At the Brandin' Iron bar in San Bernardino, Georgia'sCole Swindell is scheduled for an Oct. 19 show. He released his self-titled debut album in February, with his debut single "Chillin' It" hitting No. 1 on the country charts last year and was certified platinum.
Tickets are $20. The Brandin' Iron is at 320 S. E St, San Bernardino. The show is for ages 18 and older.
For more information, call 909-381-6172 or head to www.brandinironsaloon.com.
If you miss Swindell, he's also scheduled to perform at the Hollywood Bowl with Luke Bryan and Lee Brice on Oct. 25.
At the Bowl, few tickets remain.
The Hollywood Bowl is at 2301 N Highland Ave, Hollywood. For more information, head to www.hollywoodbowl.com.
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