Watch: Bosque Brown Helps Europe Find God

Bosque Brown's not in town this weekend--along with a host of other DFW-based acts, the enchanting, Mara Lee Miller-fronted folk act's been up in New York City for SXSW Light (aka CMJ 2009). Which, sure, might be as good enough an excuse as any to post the above video of MIller performing "White Dove" in a European cathedral during a recent oversas tour, which we've been sitting on for a few weeks now.

It's a beautifully shot clip in a gorgeous setting--which is pretty much what you can expect from Bosque Brown the next time it plays in the region on November 4 at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth along with Alela Diane and Marissa Nadler on November 4.

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