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Lounge Act Tuesday: The hills are alive...

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A bevy, a cornucopia, a smorgasbord of musical options await the outgoing this semi-spring-like Tuesday.---

Not only are there a lot of shows, but said shows display a remarkably sprawling set of sounds at your disposal. 

Let's start at Bar Deluxe, where former Salt Laker Erin Barra (pictured), The Orbit Group and Bad Rabbit combine to deliver a show that's part-pop, part-jazz, part-hip-hop. It should be a memorable one for sure.

Over at The Depot, it's gypsy-rock with a dash of belly-dancing courtesy of the Bay Area's Beats Antique. Read our interview with the band here, then check out the show.

At The Urban Lounge, former Hold Steady keyboard man Franz Nicolay joins excellent singer/songwriter David Dondero for a show, while Or, The Whale headlines a four-band bill at Kilby Court.