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Sisters in Songwriting

Sapphire Room, Feb. 25

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The Women's March on Washington, D.C., last year was female empowerment on a big scale. But what about female empowerment on a small scale? If you're pro-women and also pro-music, the most recent installment of the Sisters in Songwriting Series, offered by the Idaho Songwriters Association, might be just the thing to brighten up a long winter night. The brainchild of local country songwriter Brook Faulk, the series is intended to "support women and their craft as they network, collaborate and celebrate each other through music," and its Sunday, Feb. 25 show will highlight four Idaho musicians performing original songs in the round. The four ladies taking the stage include a duo: Rebecca Scott and Debbie Sager, who have shared the spotlight playing acoustic folk/rock since 1995, will sing alongside Peggy Jordan and Mel Wade, who specialize in blues-infused folk music. Snag tickets online and come out to support the sisterhood.

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