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Last Reach For The Work Of Art



Looking for some local tunes tonight? Fear not! A couple of local album releases take place this evening. --- First up over at Club Vegas we see the awaited release for the hardcore metal group Jezus Rides A Riksha. Now if the $5 pricetag for a ticket wasn't enticing enough, the band has decided that the first 300 in the door get a free copy of their new album, Last Reach For The Sun. How often does that happen? I'll tell you. RARELY! Performing with them will be Deny Your Faith, Adjacent To Nothing, Scripted Apology and The Examples. Show kicks off at 8PM.

Meanwhile down in Provo, Muse Music plays host to a single night double-show for J. Wride as he celebrates the release of his album Work Of Art. Both shows will have different sets, just five bucks each. And the album itself will also be sold for the one night price of five bucks. Backing Wride up will be The Blue J's, Benjamin Button and Double Or Nothing. The first of the two performances kicks off at 7PM.

Go out, enjoy the night, and buy local!