Playing to a sold-out crowd, Pat McKillen rocked Barrington’s White House on Valentine’s Weekend.
“There was standing room only,” said Jack Schaeffer, member of the White House Advisory Commission. “It was a true concert, just like a concert venue in Chicago.”
Pat McKillen enthralled the crowd with his original songs – playing guitar and singing soulful lyrics, including songs on love, childhood, and hinting at his Irish roots. Pat himself said that Barrington’s White House was “made for musical events” like this.
McKillen, who is working on his 4th album, kicked off the first show in a series entitled “Singers and Songwriters.”
Rollin Potter, Cultural Co-Chair for Barrington’s White House, was very excited to have Pat play such an integral role. “He brought his own following with him and together with our crowd we had an outstanding concert.” Potter reminds us that “there are many more attractive cultural events coming to Barrington’s White House!”