What You Missed: Chowderfest, Datarock, Mike Watt, Exene Cervenka

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What'd you miss this weekend? We kept busy--there was the Best of the Chowderfest at the Aquarium of the Pacific, Datarock at the Glass House, Mike Watt at the Echo and Exene Cervenka at Big's (sponsored by Heard Mentality!). After the jump: more images, info and links!

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Mike Watt jams econo at the Echo.
Mike Watt performed at the Echo on the night of March 11, 2011. Le Butcherettes opened. See the slideshow here.

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Exene Cervenka at Big's.
OC Weekly's music blog, Heard Mentality, presented Exene Cervenka at Big's in Fullerton on the night of March 11, 2011. The very-awesome Phranc (the self-described "all-American Jewish lesbian folk singer") provided support. The show benefited Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, which provides financial assistance to all types of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems. To find out more about this great organization, visit SweetRelief.org. See the slideshow here.

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Datarock at the Glass House.
Datarock performed at the Glass House on March 12, 2011. See the photos here!

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Best of the West Chowderfest at the Aquarium of the Pacific.
On March 12, 2011, attendees at the Best of the West Chowderfest were able to sample one-of-a-kind seafood chowders presented by award-winning local chefs and restaurants such as Michael Poompan of Sip Lounge/Renaissance Long Beach, Paul Buchanan of Primal Alchemy, Jeff Thurston of Parker's Lighthouse, Paul Upton of Savor . . . Long Beach, Matt Stein of King's Fish House and Peter Lehmar of Gladstone's Restaurant inLong Beach. See the slideshow here!

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