Bright Box Bits: A Fantastic Show

What a night! A great crowd of over 100 filled the house at the Bright Box in Winchester Friday for the first Bitter Liberals show of 2016. The sound was crystal clear. The crowd’s enthusiasm seeped out into social media where some videos from the show have garnered multiple hundreds of views. We love it! Thanks to all who came.

The Bitter Liberals play a show at Bright Box in Winchester 1.8.16

The Bitter Liberals play a show at Bright Box in Winchester 1.8.16

Here are some videos from the show.

The title song from our first CD 13. Read the story behind 13 Years.

The title some from our second CD Again. Read the story behind Again.

One of two covers we played in two sets. The Bitter Liberals play More Than This (Roxy Music). We loved the ’80s, we think.

Pick one is a highly personal song by Allen Kitselman. Read the story behind Pick One.

Tammy Lee is another sensitive song prompted by years of teaching and written by Clark Hansbarger. Read the story behind Tammy Lee.

Scarlet at Midnight was swampy, delicious and hot. Read the story behind Scarlet at Midnight.

The Last Hurrah is a modern love song by Clark Hansbarger. This one has not been recorded in the studio yet. We’re about ready to go back into the studio soon! Would you like to have a new Bitter Liberals CD?

Worry Me No More is a song written directly to worry by Allen Kitselman. Read the story behind Worry Me No More.

Thanks to Jack McGraw for filming the videos above during the Bright Box show. Jack is busy producing some higher resolution, multiple camera videos of songs which we’ll post later. Stay tuned, they’ll be great.

Special thanks to Jackie Stem for opening the show in a pitch perfect manner. Jackie’s original songwriting is masterful.

Finally, thanks to all who came for a magical evening. We derive great joy performing for you.

Jackie Stem opens for the Bitter Liberals at Bright Box 1.8.16

Jackie Stem opens for the Bitter Liberals at Bright Box 1.8.16

Our next show is slated for February 20th in Richmond at the Tin Pan. Road trip! Tickets available now.

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