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Thursday night: Good Charlotte to perform free show at Universal CityWalk

November 4, 2010 | 10:06 am

Good Charlotte 2007

Good Charlotte will play a free show Thursday, Nov. 4, at Universal CityWalk as part of a new monthly series of free shows called “Plugged In” that the shopping-dining complex is staging.

The pop-punk band just released its fifth studio album, “Cardiology,” on Tuesday.  Unlike some short-form promo in-store appearances, the “Plugged In” series promises full sets of 75 to 90 minutes from the featured performer. The shows began last month with Provo, Utah, dance-punk band Neon Trees.

The Universal City show is one of a string of appearances Good Charlotte is making this week in conjunction with the release of “Cardiology,” including “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday, “Chelsea Lately” on Tuesday and “Lopez Tonight” on Friday.

-- Randy Lewis 

Photo: Good Charlotte's Joel Madden, left, and Benjie Madden. Credit: Tracey Nearmy / EPA

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