The concert is aligned with the station's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" morning show, and features a bill similar to the varied, global reach of that show's playlists.

Los Angeles-based public radio station KCRW has tapped recent Shortlist Prize winner Damien Rice, the Polyphonic Spree and Jurassic 5 to headline the station's second annual "A Sounds Eclectic Evening" benefit show Nov. 22 at L.A.'s Universal Amphitheater. The concert is aligned with the station's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" morning show, and features a bill similar to the varied, global reach of that show's playlists.

Other artists set for the event include Welsh songstress Jem and singer/songwriter Gary Jules. DJs Cut Chemist and Felix Da Housecat have also signed on for an exclusive after-party show for platinum- and gold-level subscribers to KCRW.

Tickets for the concert are currently on sale exclusively to KCRW subscribers, via the station's official Web site. Starting Oct. 19, they will be made available to the public via Ticketmaster.

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