Blue Line Highway – Farewell to Melissa and Constance Show

Blue Line Highway – Farewell to Melissa and Constance Show

Jun 7, 2013 |  1 comment
Date: Jun 7, 2013 Time: 8:00 pm Price: $8 at the door Type: Pop, Blues, Jazz, Bluegrass

At the end of June, Melissa McKenna and Constance Sisk will be leaving Blue Line Highway to pursue other interests on the West Coast. Melissa was a founding member in 2000 and principle songwriter for the band as well as a spiritual leader of sorts. Constance and her cello saved the band by joining in 2011 when the former blue line bassist left. This June show at Ashland Coffee and Tea (and one other Richmond area show later in June) will be your last chance to hear them once more and bid them farewell.

The remaining members will continue Blue Line Highway with a new bold yet simpler sound. The show must go on.

Since its inception in 2001, Blue Line Highway has forged a unique Americana hybrid of blues, contemporary pop, and traditional country music. STYLE WEEKLY calls the band “…a diverse mix of country, jazz, and bluegrass that is both lush and dramatic.”

 

Visit the Blue Line Highway website:http://www.bluelinehighway.com

One Comment

  1. Tom Rubino says:

    Love to you, Melissa and Constance. Some spirits shine, your spirits beam. We’ve been so blessed by your music. Thanks a bundle, a swoon, and a sweet sachet. We’ll miss you, sure, but we’re most proud of you for following your dreams. Keep the wind to your back, the sun over your shoulder, the rain out yo boots. See you soon, forever. Love, Tom.

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