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Eagles of Death Metal, Josh Homme, Gutter Twins Play Benefit Show at the Teragram


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The L.A. rock scene came together at the Teragram Ballroom on Tuesday, Dec. 13, for the first of two sold-out benefit concerts for Afghan Whigs guitarist Dave Rosser, who was recently diagnosed with inoperable colon cancer. Eagles of Death Metal headlined, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age performed an acoustic set, and the Gutter Twins, featuring Mark Lanegan and Afghan Whigs' Greg Dulli with special guest Duff McKagan, opened the show. Photography by Shane Lopes.