Three Imaginary Girls

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During my lunch break, my friend Jessica sent me a text message today that pretty much killed the good Friday I was having. One of my very favorite northwest bands, The Young Sportsmen have decided to call it a day. I guess this is the karmic reward I get for posting about Pleasureboaters and The Trucks splitting up earlier in the week.

The details are scant right now but the band sent out an e-mail that said:

Yes, you read the subject line correctly. Young Sportsmen are playing two more shows, then we’re calling it quits. Please come down and help us celebrate everything that is Young Sportsmen: the music, the energy, Wesley’s jokes, and most importantly, the best fans out there. We’d love to celebrate with you, so join us for one or both of our last shows. This is it.

Saturday, October 11

Young Sportsmen play second with the Riffbrokers headlining and the Tripwires opening

It’s the Riffbrokers CD release party!

Jules Maes, 5919 Airport Way S in Georgetown (Seattle)

Get there at 9:30

And our last show ever…

Friday, November 14

Young Sportsmen headline with Guns and Rosetti and Peter Parker

We’ll play an extended set covering all our records

Sunset Tavern, 5433 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle

Get there at 9:30

Thanks everyone!
I am, of course, quite saddened as I’ve thoroughly loved listening to The Young Sportsmen and they have been quite kind to me personally.
See you all at the last show at the Sunset? I’ll be the one drunk and/or crying.