The Duvall’s barn is an excellent venue for a house concert, with plenty of room for an intimate show and surprisingly good acoustics. We set up the stage under a painting called Stone Age by Winslow McCagg (whose art is currently being shown at Duvall Gallery).
After a sound check we were ready for the audience.
The house quickly filled. With 80 people on hand, we began. Set one was blue.
A bonfire out front provided heat during the break between sets. Set two was red.
Community art collaboration and cross pollination really happens in Clarke County, and the Bitter Liberals are proud to play a role.
Next up on the “Four City, One Barn” tour is a show at The Tin Pan in Richmond, Virginia Friday April 10th. Road trip! Get your tickets now.
Thanks to Jay Duvall for the pictures.
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