Leslie and the LY’s

Hall became a minor Internet celebrity not, at first, with her music, but with her sweater collection: an online “Gem Sweater Museum” that went viral back around the time people started saying things like “go viral.” In an NPR interview, she later claimed that the music began as a side project to pay off her bandwidth overage charges: “I’ll put out a hip-hop album, sell CDs, get rich and famous, and this bill will go away.” Her first album, released in 2005, was called Gold Pants because, according to another interview, “65% of the comments on my [Gem Sweater Museum website] were about my gold pants.”

Amazingly, working with just GarageBand and, as far as we’ve been able to learn, no real musical training (she actually has a fine art background), Hall has since pumped out five albums’ worth of cheeky, increasingly polished dance pop, over which she raps and/or sings about dancing, her sweaters, crafting, her pants, dancing, and how awesome she is. And, one time, killing zombies. But mostly about dancing.

With her chunky glasses and chunkier physique, Hall is like the anti-Katy Perry—a shiny gold beacon of the uncool-as-cool, a reminder to us all that no matter what you look like, all it takes to be fabulous is the right attitude and maybe a good dance move or two. And a gem-covered sweater never hurts, either.

Dean and the Delilahs

Dean, Delilah, and Delilah will charm you with their unique brand of prairie-folk ballads and leave you longing for simpler times.

Boone County Comedy Troupe

Best known for their controversial wiggle straw gag, Boone County Comedy Troupe have been making laughers laugh ever since they filled that "comedians needed" want ad in the Pennysaver.

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Leslie and the LY’s with Dean and the Delilahs, Boone County Comedy Troupe

Monday, February 17 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 8:30 PM at DC9 Nightclub