Curtis Stigers

Interfaith Sanctuary's Xtreme Holiday Xtravaganza has become a Boise tradition and the 13th Annual performances are scheduled for December 16 and 17 at The Egyptian Theatre. The event showcases area talent while raising money to help the Treasure Valley's homeless population. Jodi Peterson, executive director of Interfaith Sanctuaries and musician Bill Coffey talk about the 13th Annual Xtreme Holiday Xtravaganza with Idaho Matters.

Curtis Stigers
Marina Chavez

Curtis Stigers’ latest album “Hooray For Love” is the Boise singer’s first release since his 2012 record “Let’s Go Out Tonight.”

Courtesy of Curtis Stigers

Boise based jazz musician Curtis Stigers and his band perform tonight in Idaho’s capitol city. He’ll sing tunes from his new album which came out earlier this year. Stigers says the songs on Let’s Go Out Tonight tell a story that evolved from working with producer Larry Klein in Los Angeles.

“For a couple of months I just got on a plane and I flew down to L.A. and I sat in Larry Klein’s studio with him and we just played records for each other like we were in 8th grade,” he told Sadie Babits in a recent interview.