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Tonight: RRIICCEE at the Larimer Lounge

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If you haven't heard the work of Vincent Gallo's rotating music collective, RRIICCEE, tonight is your night. The band -- or should we say the musicians of Gallo's choosing -- has never released any music, doesn't make videos or records of any kind, and only performs material original to the moment it is created on stage. In this "Evening With RRIICCEE", there will be no opening acts -- just Gallo, his ego and a current lineup, including film composer Woody Jackson and Los Angeles musican Nico Turner.

A project started in 2007 by Gallo and former Hole guitarist Eric Erlandson, RRIICCEE has toured and existed in several different incarnations since (Erlandson is no longer with the band), and Gallo remains the only consistent member. The artist, actor and film director has been in a handful of bands over the last four decades of his creative career, with the abrasively experimental RRIICCEE being his most recent. This show is 21+; tickets are $20. Doors open at 8 p.m., and the show begins at 10. The Larimer is at 2701 Larimer Street.

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