The artist known as Bitch fiddled while My Sister’s Room burned at fever pitch on Saturday. The St. Patrick’s Day party featured the musician along with all the gay green of the holiday.
Green beer, Irish whisky and Irish car bomb specials packed the East Atlanta bar with green-clad women all day, but the big draw was Bitch (photo) in concert. The lesbian performer from “Short Bus,” “The L Word” and countless recordings brought her singular brand of electronic music to the stage and stuck around afterward to meet fans and sign autographs.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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