Jamey Johnson and Randy Houser / Kris Kristofferson
It's a night of tough choices -- or boot-scooting between venues -- for fans of serious country when two of its brightest new stars set up shop at the L.A. Live complex, and one of its most respected elders reflects on his life and great songbook just down the street.
Jamey Johnson, pictured, and Randy Houser at Club Nokia, Nov. 1
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