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Music

Record Store Day Events

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APRIL 18
Graywhale Main 208 E. 1300 South
Vinyl sale Live music: Thalia Condo, Angel Tyler, Brandi Carlile, Indian Headset, Fictionist and Eric Openshaw

Graywhale Bountiful 390 N. 500 West
T-shirt sale

Graywhale Ogden 4066 Riverdale Road
Search for the next great metal band: Iota, Massacre at the Wake, Gaza, Bird Eater

Graywhale Orem 575 East University Pkwy
T-shirt sale Live music: RuRu, Pablo Blaqk, Shark Speed, New Nervous, Vibrant Sound, Neon Trees

Graywhale Taylorsville 1775 W. 4700 South
Royal Bliss live at 2 p.m.

Graywhale West Jordan 1670 W. 9000 South
Meet & greet metal lunch & munch: Protest the Hero, The Number Twelve Looks Good on You

Heavy Metal Shop 63 Exchange Place
Slayer Day: “Psychopathy Red” 7-inch on red vinyl

Positively Fourth Street Music, 249 E. 400 South
DJs Chase One 2 and Rawsheed Live music: Nathan Spencer, Eye to Eye

Randy’s Records 157 E. 900 South
Some of Utah’s finest beat producers will be on hand sampling Record Store Day finds and making beats right in front of you. There will be a special EP available at the end of the day with the killer new soundtrack made on the day for the day.

Slowtrain, 221 E. Broadway
Free Este pizza from SLUG Magazine 11:30-12:30 p.m. 15 percent off all items with canned food donation (includes raffle to win a turntable) Live music: Rock ’n’ Roll Academy, Tolchock Trio, Band of Annuals, Calico, The Devil Whale, The Rubes, Cub Country, Eagle Twin

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