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Details released on last-minute Crooked Vultures gig at the Roxy

November 16, 2009 | 12:09 pm

Hard-hitting rock 'n' roll supergroup Them Crooked Vultures will perform a not-so-secret show tonight at the Roxy. The appearance is in advance of their Tuesday night gig at the Wiltern, which is sold out. The Times profiled the act, featuring John Paul Jones, Josh Homme and Dave Grohl, in today's Calendar section, and Grohl teases that the songs will be stretched out for the live performance.

"We can create those moments where you get the chills, but we can't choreograph them. They just sort of happen," Grohl told The Times. "They happened within the first three minutes that we jammed ever. And they happen every single night."

Details on tonight's gig after the jump.

Here's the official word from the act's publicity firm:

Them Crooked Vultures will play a special one time only club show at the Roxy Monday, November 16, the day before the band's self titled debut is released.
Tickets will be available exclusively in-person at the venue on show day. No lineups prior to 2 p.m. Ticket holders will be required to enter immediately after purchase. No ins and outs. Tickets are non-transferable. 

The show will be open to all ages. Box office and doors open at 8:30. Them Crooked Vultures on stage at 10:30.

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Photo: John Paul Jones, Josh Homme and Dave Grohl of Them Crooked Vultures. Credit: Dustin Rabin Photography