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Nightranger: Swimming with Sharks, Electro Wars, Sunset Strip Music Fest 

September 2, 2010
Nightranger goes Swimming With Sharks at the Standard, fighting Electro Wars at the Vista and stomping with rock chicks at Sunset Strip Music Fest. Read more in Lina Lecaro's latest column, "Nightranger: Studs and Poses."
Lina Lecaro
Franki Chan at the Electro Wars premiere
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Nightranger goes Swimming With Sharks at the Standard, fighting Electro Wars at the Vista and stomping with rock chicks at Sunset Strip Music Fest. Read more in Lina Lecaro's latest column, "Nightranger: Studs and Poses."
Published on September 2, 2010
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