The Watson Twins sell out LA’s Getty Museum

The show launches Friday concert series

The Watson Twins sell out LA’s Getty Museum
The Watson Twins will launch the renowned Los Angeles Getty Museum’s 2007 concert series, Friday Nights at the Getty.

The Kentucky-born, Los Angeles-based crooners who recently collaborated with Rilo Kiley frontwoman Jenny Lewis on her 2006 debut solo album, sold out the February 2 show in record time.

The Watson Twins will also be performing at Austin’s South by Southwest Festival in March.

The Friday Nights at the Getty concert series is designed to bring some of Los Angeles’ most compelling and innovative musicians to the museum. Concert-goers are also invited to explore the museum’s art galleries, dine indoors or outside, and enjoy the hilltop views of Los Angeles at night.

LA indie rockers Earlimart are scheduled to perform at the Getty Museum on March 9.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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