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Lounge Act Wednesday: Bing and Bowie imposters



Before we get into the events o' the day, have you seen Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's brilliant recreation of Bing and Bowie's Christmas "Little Drummer Boy/Peace on Earth"? Check it out right here.---

Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy with Will Ferrell & John C. Reilly from Will Ferrell

Awesome, right? Love the original, but this is going to replace it for me this year.

Now, on with the fun in and around Salt Lake City Wednesday. Sweatshop Union is headling a gig at Kilby Court, while DJ Dapper spins at The Woodshed, Wasnatch headlines a show at the Star Bar in Park City and Talia Keys of Marinade does a solo show at the Hog Wallow.

Looking for something a bit more literary. No worries. Richelle Mead reads from her Vampire Academy tales at the Main Library at 7 p.m.