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Glad You Asked: Angus Stone, Sons of Anarchy and In The Heights



Dear GYA, Must...get..."Gangnam Style"...out of head. I've literally tried everything--including replacing it with Rebecca Black's "Friday", but nothing will kill this beast. I just...can't seem to...Heeeeeeeeey, sexy lady. ---Ooohh god, here we go again. Anything happening today to help get this damned song out of my brain. - Megan Pollberger, Midvale 

Megan, you may have to horse dance this thing out. Fortunately for you, there are some options tonight that may help:

Acoustic plucker Angus Stone will be performing at The State Room tonight. His newest release, Broken Brights, is an introverted collection of storytelling and daydreaming. Think Iron & Wine meets Josh Ritter. The show starts at 8 p.m.

The new season of Sons of Anarchy is well under way and City Weekly, True TV and Brewvies are serving up free screenings of every new episode. This is a great date idea for you and your old lady. The show starts at 8 p.m. 

To kick off the new season for Pioneer Theatre Company, check out the Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights. The play centers on the struggles of achieving the American dream within New York City's predominantly Dominican-American neighborhood Washington Heights. Click the link for more details. 

More worthwhile events:

- Embroidery with the Cotton Floozy will be going down at The Garage tonight at 7 p.m.

- Jason Metcalf's visual art exhibit ABRACADABRA will be on display all day at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.

- Jimmer Fredette will be signing autographs at the SLC Deseret Book Store today from 7-9 p.m.   

For today's complete list of things to do, click here.  

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