Maura Rogers & The Bellows play family-friendly show at Music Box Supper Club

February 26, 2016

When Maura Rogers & The Bellows performed at the Music Box Supper Club, their crowd consisted of packed-in older adults seated in the back with drinks in hand, and a sparse group of their children seated on the floor in front of the stage.

Hours later, this same floor would be crowded with dancing feet during loud concerts, but during their show, the folky, soft music drifted through the dark room. The kids bounced around on wobbly feet in time to the music, or sat attentively to stare at the band.

“It was our first time playing Brite Winter and I was in awe of the  number of people and families celebrating the festival,” said singer Maura Rogers. “There was a definite magic in the air; the mix of warm weather, live music and love for Cleveland made it one of the most memorable festival experiences we’ve had as a band.”

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