Three Imaginary Girls

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Hello. Two of my favorite Seattle bands are sharing a bill at the Funhouse on Friday the 19th. NighTrain brings the filth with soul, funk, rock & roll and feminism. You’ll be ready to start a fire or a riot grrrl band after watching them play. Seriously.

Pony Time is awesome. Stacy Peck is a crazy good drummer, and singer Luke Beetham has this “love child of Buddy Holly and Gary Numan” vibe to his vocals which is fantastic. Not to be missed is bratty 70’s style pop punk group Jaguar Paw and Dan Dan MacInTire‘s comedy – I am assuming it will be hilarious. With the Funhouse’s famed Jell-O shots and cheap beer, how could it not?

This also happens to be Funhouse booker Brian Foss’ wife’s birthday show. Don’t be lame, put your dancing shoes on and come buy the birthday girl a shot!

Show at 9:30, $6 at the door. See you there!