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What You're Doing Tonight: 11/12

Q, AC/DC and a buffet of British documentaries...



    What You're Doing Tonight: 11/12
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    Angus Young and AC/DC bring their Aussie bombast to the Garden.

    PRIME ANGUS: Black Ice is AC/DC's first tour since 2001. Go salute them at MSG tonight and tomorrow night - or have you still not recovered from seeing the NKOTB there last month? 8PM.

    SCANDILICIOUS: Brooklyn hasn't been this cranked over Nordic imports since the Red Hook Ikea. Sexy '60s-folk throwback Ane Brun is joined by Tobias Fröberg (moody) and Theresa Andersson (spare, poppy, plays lots of instruments) at Union Hall. 7:30PM.

    YOU AND MR. JONES: Name your favorite musical artist of the last 50 years, and chances are, Quincy Jones is responsible for his or her career (yes, even Michael Jackson). Q's at the Union Square Barnes & Noble signing copies of his latest autobiography (you didn't think one would be enough, did you?) The Complete Quincy Jones. 7PM.

    RIGHT, WHO WANTS SOME DOCS, THEN?: We love documentaries. We love the British. So natch we're all swoony for MoMA's British Documentary Movement, 90+ minutes of nonfic shorts from the early 20th century. Come on, then. Do it for poor, spurned Guy Ritchie. 6PM.