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Austin rockers ready to light up festival stage
Written by DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Arts & Entertainment Editor   
Tuesday, 17 July 2012 13:07
Curtis Roush of Bright Light Social Hour on guitar and vocals during a performance at Grounds for Thought. (Photos: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
The band Bright Light Social Hour came together in a house in Austin, Texas.
That’s where one of the founders guitarist Curtis Roush lived. And where the band’s equipment resided. The place had a kitchen and a nice backyard, all the amenities musicians need to hang out and party after grueling practices.
When keyboardist A.J. Vincent first showed up to play with the band, he ended up passed out on the couch. That’s how drummer Joseph Mirasole recognized him later... the guy who passed out on the couch.
Seeing the band, which also includes founder Jack O’Brien on bass, perform at Grounds for Thought, it’s evident the spirit of those times live on in Bright Light Social Hour’s shows.
On July 16, Bright Light Social Hour delivered a set of throbbing, shaggy-mane-shaking, instrument-flailing hard rock that had the audience on its feet demanding an encore.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 14:51
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