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Where’s Aubrey Benefit Show for Habitat for Humanity 12.29

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Where’s Aubrey is at it again, playing a benefit concert! We hope you will join us in Berryville on Friday 12.29 as we debut our new CD “diversion” and tick our philanthropy total up over $15K while directly benefitting Clarke county residents in need of housing.

Tickets are going fast, so please get yours now.

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Cover art by Eli McGraw

Where’s Aubrey at the Brightbox Theater Raises $500

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The good news is that the Brightbox is a fantastic place to see a show. Great sound. Really nice space. Good food and drinks. The bad news is that it’s pretty far from Where’s Aubrey’s Clarke County comfort zone (not to mention New Hampshire).

The stage at the Brightbox Theater (with the orange chair)

The stage at the Brightbox Theater (with the orange chair)

The enthusiastic but tiny crowd on Friday 7/17 did manage to raise $500 for Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue, putting Where’s Aubrey’s fundraising total up to a respectable $13,928. Thanks to our concert goers for their generosity and kindness! We had serious competition from local favorite Robbie Limon (playing outside at the new amphitheater just down the street) and the Bluemont Concert Series performer just across the street. Dang. Special thanks to our bestest fans who made the trek out to Winchester. We love playing for you guys.

Where's Aubrey live at the Brightbox

Where’s Aubrey live at the Brightbox

Rhine Singleton of Where's Aubrey

Rhine Singleton of Where’s Aubrey

Gary McGraw of Where's Aubrey

Gary McGraw of Where’s Aubrey

Where's Aubrey on stage

Where’s Aubrey on stage

The show was good. Here’s some video. The first three are from the new CD Chaukori Blue. You can buy a copy of the new CD here.

Allen Kitselman, a fellow Bitter Liberal joined us for four songs, including Devlish Situation.

Where's Aubrey in Winchester

Where’s Aubrey in Winchester

Original art by April Claggett on the stage and on the CD cover

Original art by April Claggett on the stage and on the CD cover