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Where’s Aubrey Barn Concert FRIDAY 7/22 (RSVP)

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We hope you will join us for an impromptu barn concert featuring Where’s Aubrey on Friday July 22nd. We’ll be raising money for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. The concert itself is free with a $20 donation suggested for the Food Bank.

Who: Where’s Aubrey is Gary McGraw (fiddle, mando, vocals) and Rhine Singleton (guitar, vocals)
What: Benefit Barn Concert (BYOB/BYOC)
When: FRIDAY July 22nd, Parking 7:15pm, music 8:00pm
Where: White Post, VA
Tickets: RSVP and reserve yourself space (we are counting noses)

FOR MORE INFO AND TO RESERVE SPACE, CLICK HERE

We’ll be playing songs that the audience wants to hear from our repertoire. Have a listen to our music on the Where’s Aubrey website.

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Where’s Aubrey’s Chaukori Blue Released Today

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Come help us celebrate the release of our new Where’s Aubrey CD Chaukori Blue with a release concert in Winchester tonight.

Tickets here.

More information here.

Get the bits: bandcamp: CD Baby: Where’s Aubrey

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Where’s Aubrey CD Debut and Charity Fundraiser Friday 7/17 at the Brightbox

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The new Where’s Aubrey CD Chaukori Blue will be released at a concert Friday July 17th in Winchester, Virginia.

Tickets are available now.

Like all Where’s Aubrey performances, the show will benefit a local charity Dakota’s Dream Animal Rescue. Please join us for an evening of all original music inspired by Rhine’s sabbatical in India.

who: Where’s Aubrey is Gary McGraw, violin/mandolin/vocals, Rhine Singleton, guitar/vocals
what: CD release and benefit concert
where: Brightbox Theater, 15 North Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA
tickets: $12 in advance, $17 at the door (buy your tickets now)
when: Friday July 17, doors open at 7, music starts at 8

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Please help us spread the word. Get a pdf copy of the poster. For more about the making of Chaukori Blue, see this entry.

Let Us Not Forget the Rock and Roll: Gravity Lens

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Rocker Phil Rossi‘s new combo is called Gravity Lens. They debuted new music at Jamin’ Java last week.

Phil Rossi: Gravity Lens

Phil Rossi: Gravity Lens

Gio: Gravity Lens

Gio: Gravity Lens

Gravity Lens

Gravity Lens

Gravity Lens at Jamin Java

Gravity Lens at Jamin Java

Gravity Lens

Gravity Lens

Sometimes I play music with Phil too.

The Bitter Liberals in Loudoun County Saturday 12.13.14

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Come see some original music Saturday 12.13.14, including two never performed in public (yet) songs. Join us tomorrow at the Franklin Park Arts Center in Loudoun County! Reserved seating tickets on sale now.

Special guest, Richmond troubadour Charles Arthur will play an opening set and join the Bitter Liberals on stage for a few original songs.

Corcoran Brewing Company will provide cider and beer for those inclined to catch a buzz during the show.

who: The Bitter Liberals
what: Holiday Concert of All Original Music
where: The Franklin Park Arts Center, Purcellville, VA (map)
when: Saturday Night 12.13.14, doors open 7pm, music starts 7:30pm
why: Because original music is good
tickets:$15 in advance, $20 at the door

Wonder what we sound like live? Have a listen to these two tracks from our show in August:

To Rest in Your Arms Again

100 Cigarettes

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Please join us! See you there.

Electric Triangle

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In a new summer solstice twist, we put together an impromptu electric band. Gina Faber suggested we call ourselves “Electric Triangle,” which we did. We came up with set lists at 3:30pm the day of the party! Woo hoo.

Here is our rendition of Donnovan’s “Season of the Witch”

Electric Triangle ingredients include:
100% Where’s Aubrey
75% The Bitter Liberals
100% All Natural Fibers
100% Joehammed and the Acoustic Martyrs
Red dye number 5
Rum

We prevailed upon Allen Kitselman to play the Ghengis Angus song Rooster against his will.

The world famous staff of Electric Triangle:
Rhine Singleton, guitar/vocals
Clark Hansbarger, guitar/vocals
Allen Kitselman, guitar/vocals
Gary McGraw, violin/mandolin/vocals
Gina Faber, guitar/harmony/ELECTRIC TRIANGLE
Joe Faber, keys
Nick Schrenk, drums
Mike Aaron, bass

Here we are covering Radiohead’s “High and Dry”

Thanks to Jacob West for the video!

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