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Trust Us: Record Store Day, Broadway Bares and other stuff you’ll want to know about

Support your local, independent record store this Saturday during Record Store Day.


Record Store Day Been wanting a live performance of Can’s entire Ege Bamyasi album, covered by Stephen Malkmus? Or The Cure’s Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me on red double-vinyl? Or Willie Nelson’s exclusive “Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die” 7-inch? Support your local, independent record store, and pick up as much limited-edition music as your credit-card limit will allow. April 20, Zia Record Exchange, 4225 S. Eastern Ave. & 4503 W. Sahara Ave.; list of titles at


Coachella acts in Vegas Two festival weekends means more local runoff. Among the remaining highlights: Hot Chip, The Postal Service and Band of Horses (Thursday-Saturday at the Cosmo), Dropkick Murphys (Friday at House of Blues) and Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine (Saturday at LVCS). April 18-20.

Kenny Chesney Get up close to the stadium-size country star when he returns for two shows at the Joint. April 19 & 20, 8 p.m., $150.

The Men Noisy? Melodic? Punky? Twangy? Just when we think we have these Brooklynites figured out, they hit us with their true sound: unpredictability. With Close to Modern, Nests; April 24, 9 p.m., $10, Bunkhouse.


Hringrás Icelandic illustrators and designers interpret the word hringrás (cycle) in works that traveled from a Reykjavik design show to Las Vegas. Through April 28, TastySpace inside Emergency Arts.


Broadway Bares The Strip’s sexiest one-night affair is back for a fourth year, with performers from Le Rêve, Peepshow, Absinthe, Love, Chippendales and more coming together to take it off and heat things up for AIDS charity Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Bring cash for finale G-string donations. April 21, midnight, $25-$55, Peepshow Theater at Planet Hollywood.


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