XOXO: Where to Rock Thursday Feb. 28

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COURTESY OF THE RIALTO THEATRE
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Violinists Laura Tagawa and Sam Bounkeua perform a lovely evening of classical violin duets. In the bar at Agustin Kitchen. Details here.

Bass technician Downlink injects a heavy dose of dubstep into the collective bloodstream. At Gentle Ben’s. Details here.

Creating the verisimilitude of the real, this band of veterans are billed as the nation’s premiere tribute to Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. PettyBreakers are “Running Down a Dream” at the Rialto Theatre. You decide. Details here.

Originally formed in Phoenix, these heavy metalists’ 11th studio album, Ritual, mashes up political and religious themes. “Bow down to the greatest corrupter/Evil in place of power.” Soulfly make prophecies at The Rock. Details here.

Indie rockers DIVY are at Club Congress. Droll and Adara Rae & the Homewreckers provide underpinning. Details here.

COURTESY OF HOTEL CONGRESS
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give some semblance of the drug-addled, sex-addicted Crüe when they ruled the Sunset Strip of lore. In the Paradiso Lounge at Casino Del Sol. Details here.

Singer-songwriter Joe Peña sings songs from Dust of Our Love. Tempe’s Gene Moran opens the the evening. At Tap + Bottle Downtown. Details here.

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