We don’t need to cite any studies to confidently tout music’s therapeutic benefits. Sometimes, though, that therapy appointment is attended en masse. Such is the case of Mostly Muff’s post-inauguration show at The Linen Building on Friday, January 20th, which panned out to be one of the most dichotomously gloomy and divine nights in Boise, ever.
A dozen local artists took the stage within the span of four hours,…including sought-after favorites Marshall Poole, Sun Blood Stories, G1RL CR3W and Mostly Muff. Despite the stark variance in genres, there were two common threads in each performance – irrefutable talent and unbridled fury.
The pay-what-you-want event raised over $3500 for Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest. Presumably, this attracted one of the most eclectic crowds we’ve ever seen (and, trust us, we’ve been to a lot of concerts). Not only acting as the perfect preface for the following day’s Womens March on Idaho, the show proved that a community outcry can be as philanthropic as it is misanthropic.
(Featured Photo provided by BadBoise.com)