When: Thu., Feb. 1, 8 p.m. 2018
If you were to mix the sultry twang of Lucinda Williams and the feral angst of Fiona Apple you might find yourself somewhere between a broken heart and indie alternative songstress Rachael Yamagata. Her songs have graced literally every guilty pleasure TV drama from the mid-2000s featuring over-privileged teens (One Tree Hill, The O.C.) but Yamagata’s brand of damsel is hardly distressing. A blend of grit, vulnerability, and romantic piano runs, Yamagata is bound to shake loose some feels.