Social Distortion to Stream Live Show and New Video Tonight

Tune in tonight at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT for 'Machine Gun Blues' premiere and live set

April 20, 2011 3:55 PM ET

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Southern California punk rock legends Social Distortion will be celebrating the premiere of the new music video "Machine Gun Blues" tonight with a red carpet event in Hollywood. The gala will be streamed live here beginning at 11 p.m. ET, kicking off with coverage of the band's guests arriving on the red carpet. The video will premiere at 11:45 p.m., followed by Social Distortion playing an hourlong set of new songs and old favorites. 

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The short film for "Machine Gun Blues," the first single from the band's latest album, Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, depicts frontman Mike Ness as a gangster on the run from the feds in 1934 Los Angeles. You can check out the preview trailer below.

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