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Bree Still Cuts Sharp

Bree Sharp
Chicago, IL
Dec. 22, 2002
Bree Sharp

Review by Anita Lande
Photos by Niva Bringas

Bree Sharp and her collaborator/guitarist Don DiLego hit the stage promoting her new album More B.S. Wearing jeans, a flannel shirt and later a gray tank top, Bree opened the show with "Walk Away," which was featured on her debut 1999 album Cheap and Evil Girl followed by the song "America" which lyrically points out the problems in society. She then introduced the audience to a variety of new songs off B.S. including "Lazy Afternoon," "Galaxy Song," "Dirty Magazine" and one of her strongest and more gutsy songs on the new album, "Everything Feels Wrong," which lyrically is about finding closure in a failed relationship. Suprisingly, excluded from her songlist was the song that gave Bree radio exposure in the first place, "David Duchovny," a cult classic hit about the X-Files star and an obsessed fan. During the set, Don DiLego performed his quirky but fun-spirited song "Late all the Time" and later Bree and Don did get in the holiday spirit by singing their version of "Little Drummer Boy."
Bree has a brilliant voice, loyal fan base, and a few very catchy tunes, but it remains to be seen if More B.S. will produce a single or a cult classic hit as did her debut album.

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