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Music

The Tavernacle

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When Jack Bauer is in Utah, he likes to go to the Tavernacle—or at least that’s the impression Kiefer Sutherland made when the 24 star popped into town on April 19. That alone is reason enough to hit up the downtown Salt Lake City club. Of course, regulars come for request-fueled dueling piano sets, the birthday parties and the steady camaraderie. The crowd is fun and exuberant, and the staff—especially the men tickling the ivories—light the place up with infectious energy. Every night is a good night for a piano bar in the summertime.

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1. Troy Baldwin on the keys
2. Jackie Campbell, Natalie Hoggan
3. Monalisa Bustillo, Monica LeBaron, Brook Langfor, Suzette Gutierrez