Three Imaginary Girls

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The world of the Song Show {put on by the fine folks at City Arts} is, simply put, a well-excecuted trip. Artists perform in an intimate setting, are subject to onstage interview-style query, and it's all tied together by the wit and wisdom of Mark Baumgarten.

In the past, we've seen artists like Damien Jurado, THEESatisfaction, Macklemore, and David Bazan, and this Thursday's lineup at the Rendezvous will be no slouch: we'll be spending the night with Jose Bold {nee John Osebold of "Awesome" fame}, Kelli Schaefer, and the headline set will be a rare acoustic experience with Throw Me The Statue.

We've got no doubt that installment number fifteen of this series will be just as good as the ones before it, if not better. The combination of incredible performances in an intimate space, and insightful, thought-provoking questions that give a backstage-access-feeling is a recipe for a homerun of a show, and we can't wait to see what this installment holds! Our love for opener Jose Bold truly knows no bounds, and while we haven't had the pleasure of seeing Kelli Schaefer live yet, every moment of every recording we've seen and heard so far has left us clamoring for more.

Between the two, a closing set by Throw Me The Statue just feels like extra credit!

{John Osebold / by Victoria VanBruinisse}

Tickets are only eight bucks and they're selling fast, so be sure to grab yours in advance as they'll likely be sold out by the time doors open. You can pick up a pair or two at Brown Paper Tickets here, and join the party of Facebook here. We'll see you Thursday!

{8p / 21+ / photo of John Osebold by Victoria VanBruinisse.}