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Sat, Jul 15


35000 Midway Outlet Dr suite 218

Jill Sobule with Madam Who?

Jill Sobule (the original "I Kissed A Girl" girl) has released a dozen of albums spanning three decades of recording, tackling such topics as the death penalty, anorexia nervosa, shoplifting, reproduction, adolescent malaise, LGBTQ issues, and the Christian Right, to name a few.

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Jill Sobule with Madam Who?
Jill Sobule with Madam Who?

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Jul 15, 2023, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

35000 Midway Outlet Dr suite 218, 35000 Midway Outlet Dr suite 218, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971, USA

About The Event

Jill Sobule  has released a dozen of albums spanning three decades of recording, tackling such topics as the death penalty, anorexia nervosa, shoplifting, reproduction, the French Resistance, adolescent malaise, LGBTQ issues, and the Christian Right, to name a few - with her trademark wit and aplomb.

The Denver-born songwriter/guitarist/singer's work is at once deeply personal and socially conscious, seriously funny and derisively tragic. While her songs cover expansive thematic ground, they benefit greatly from Jill’s subtle intelligence and skillful light-handedness. No sloganeering flag-and-fist waving here, but rather portrait-&-story songs about human beings, real and imagined, which allow us to step back from the issues they tackle, be they individual or societal, and to relate to them as we would to a close friend.

On stage, she entertains, amuses, provokes, and more often than not, takes her audiences on an emotional roller coaster, from comedy to pathos in a few bars of music, often within the same song.

Jill Sobule’s recording career began in 1990 with the album Things Here Are Different (MCA), produced by Todd Rundgren. Radio took notice thanks to the single’s “Too Cool To Fall In Love.” Her 1995 self-titled album (Atlantic) brought her mainstream commercial and critical success with two hit singles:  the satirical gem “Supermodel” from the movie Clueless and “I Kissed A Girl” (the original), the first ever openly queer-themed Billboard Top 20 record.

For her most recent album, the Ben Lee-produced Nostalgia Kills, Sobule turned her warm wit and laser-focused poet’s eye on herself more than ever before. For all its graceful, funny, and heartbreaking explorations of awkward youth and grown-up regrets, Nostalgia Kills is as of-the-moment as anything in Jill Sobule’s catalog. Through her own experiences, she explores issues our society still collectively struggles with (LGBTQ rights, teen mental health, our unhealthy obsession with staying forever young) and gently skewers our tendency to dwell on the past at the expense of addressing the present.

Sobule has performed with Neil Young, Billy Bragg, Steve Earle, Cyndi Lauper, Tom Morello,  Warren Zevon, and John Doe. She inducted Neil Diamond into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. She has shared billing with Don Henley, Joe Jackson, Warren Zevon, the influential LA punk band X, and Lloyd Cole & The Negatives. She regularly co-stars with comedian/actress/author/SNL alumni Julia Sweeney in their Jill & Julia Show, an unusual and mesmerizing combination of song and storytelling. A road warrior, she  plays more than 100 shows a year.

In November of 2019 Jill sang a song as herself on an episode of the Simpsons. Most recently, Sobule has been working on on two projects: an autobiographical show directed by two-time Obie-winner Lisa Petersen, (titled F**k 7th Grade!) which which premiered in May 2020 at Pittsburgh’s City Theater.


Madam Who?, GenZ's cool aunt, defies expectation. Despite a harrowing past that includes brain cancer, this unusual pop/rock artist keeps a positive outlook and shares her life advice through her lyrics. In her quirky and catchy melodies, you may hear bits of her influences such as The Beatles, The B-52's, and The Bangles. This year she caught the attention of Good Morning America who aired a segment on her musical persona. Currently she is working with a London based record company. Read more and experience Madam Who's creations at her website,


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