Anyone who thinks Boise isn't conducive to cultivating creativity hasn't heard of the Idaho Songwriters Association. Founded in 2010 by renowned musicians Steve Eaton and Terry "T.T." Miller, ISA is "dedicated to the encouragement and promotion of songwriters." To keep the sounds and services in the right key, ISA is holding its inaugural annual fundraiser on Friday, Jan. 13 to help support the range of events it has planned for 2017. To make sure the fundraiser becomes a can't-miss annual happening, ISA is kicking it off on a high note: Entertainment for the evening includes a rare Boise appearance by David Andrews (co-founder of Calobo), one of the most talented singer-songwriters to ever call Boise home. Further proof that in Boise, musicians can live in harmony.