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All Shook Up
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All Shook Up
Progress Energy Center—Look for good rockin' tonight in the road production of the Broadway musical All Shook Up. This Elvis musical stars Susan Anton, who surely isn't playing Priscilla. Tonight's show is at 8 p.m. in the Memorial Auditorium. Tickets are $24-$64. For more ticket information, call 834-4000 or visit www.allshookup.com. —Iesha Brown

Kings—Miami's Torche is a metal enigma: As crushing as Sleep, as catchy as Karp and as versatile as the Melvins, they've even been deemed "stoner pop." As absolutely terrifying as it sounds, the coinage isn't far from the truth. Their monolithic self-titled debut wasn't just Top Five material for metal in 2005; it was Top Five material for 2005, period. Their live show is even worlds beyond that. Expect guitars de-tuned to Z, jarringly brutal drums and openly gay frontman Steve Brooks to make Eyehategod look like sissies. Black Tusk and Tooth share the bill. Tickets are $7-$9 for the 9 p.m. show. —Rich Ivey

William Dunlap
Hanes Art Center—For more than three decades, William Dunlap has produced paintings, sculptures and constructions. Come hear him tonight at 7:15 (reception to follow) at Hanes Art Center on the UNC campus. Call 962-2015 or visit www.webslingerz.com/depts/art for more information. —Megan Stein

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