Tonight in L.A.: Brian Whelan, Daley, Tribute to David Bowie, Leon, Wild Wild Horses, the Controversy, Crescendo, Bright Missiles, Sad Girl, Tyga, the Gromble

Brian Whelan
Brian Whelan

Los Angeles concerts for your leap day:

► With his new album “Sugarland” on the way March 25, Brian Whelan [see “Go Dancing”] headlines the Bootleg Theater, joined by  Troup and Marjorie Fair.
► At the Echo, it’s a Tribute to David Bowie, featuring Caught A Ghost, Ryan Beatty, Tearist, Hammered Satin, Vum, YoYa, Bart Davenport, Sugar Candy Mountain, Globelamp, the Band That Fell To Earth and Bob Villain.
► Sweden’s Leon kicks off her North American tour with a syop at It’s a School Night at Bardot, where she’s joined by Bridgit, Monika and Bird Dog at It’s a School Night at Bardot
Wild Wild Horses return tot he Echoplex, with Line & Circle, Snowball II and Barrows supporting.
► And British pop singer Daley headlines the El Rey Theatre, supported by Tish Hyman and Kary Shotter.


The Controversy, Pom Poms, Iconique and Brass Box at the Satellite
Crescendo, Children and Garden Echo at Harvard & Stone
Bright Missiles, Jubilo Drive, Bedbugs and Ghosts in Pocket at the Silverlake Lounge
Sad Girl, Walter and Clean Spill at Resident
Amy Vachal and Tim Atlas at the Hotel Café
The Wealthy West at the Hotel Café Second Stage
Parlee, Evan Henzi, Shayne Grey and Dylan Carbone at the Mint
Hank Fortener and Davie at the Hi Hat
Zara Sky and Josh Grondin at the Open Space
Hard Rock Rising at the Hard Rock Café
Snakefist, Sammy Plotkin, Anya V and Marko Penn at the Viper Room
The Gromble, Partybaby and Work Friend at the Wayfarer
Tyga and Madeintyo at the Observatory
Open Mic at El Cid