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Glad You Asked: Bobby McFerrin, Gypsyhawk and UnBroken

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Dear GYA, I hear Dropkick Murphy shows now include a complimentary Nazi ass-kicking. I don't even really care for their music, but I  like the fact they're out there dealing with the Nazi problem. Anyway, since that show isn't until Thursday, anything happening today on the same level as a Dropkick Murphy Nazi beatdown?- Lars Ragenstein, Lehi--- 

Lars, Nothing will live up to those standards, but here are a few things going on today that may meet your high expectations:

 In Ogden, the guy who sings "Don't Worry Be Happy,"  Bobby McFerrin, will be onstage at Peery's Egyptian Theatre. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $33. 

At the Shred Shed, metal bands Gypsy Hawk, Visigoth and Merlins Beard will be performing. The show starts at 8 p.m. 

Acrylic painter Michael Kessler's exhibit Unbroken will be on display at Park City's Gallery MAR all day today. 

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

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