Chicago-based singer-songwriter Angel Olsen is gifted with a special voice - full, folksy, dramatic - which has helped her draw praise from indie-centric media such as Pitchfork and mainstream press including The New York Times. Olsen will make a stop at Neurolux during her first West Coast headlining tour, delivering material drawn from her two albums - most notably, last autumn's standout "Half Way Home." It's all part of the ongoing Radio Boise Tuesdays series at the 'Lux.
Angel Olsen at Neurolux
7 p.m. April 16, Neurolux, 111 N. 11th St., Boise. $8. TicketWeb. $10 at the door. Opening: Villages, There is No Mountain.
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