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Bright Light Social Hour’s sound a work in progress
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 20 August 2013 10:47
Curtis Roush of Bright Light Social on guitar and vocals during a performance at Grounds for Thought. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tribune)
The well-traveled rockers Bright Light Social Hour are hoping for a better Friday night forecast at this year’s Black swamp Arts Festival.
Last year when they were scheduled to close the Friday night show, a thunderstorm short-circuited the show. Their visit wasn’t a total washout. They played an after-hours show the next night at Howard’s Club H.
Still Bright Light social Hour, officially Austin, Texas-based though their real home of late has been the band’s van, hopes to get on stage Sept. 6 at 10 p.m. to deliver some thunder of its own.
The band — guitarist Curtis Roush, bassist Jack O’Brien on bass, keyboard player A.J. Vincent and drummer Joseph Mirasole — certainly has demonstrated its power to rock in hyperkinetic form with elements of prog rock, techno and other styles over a rock-solid groove.
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