Update, Sat., Mar. 12. Due to the inclement weather & the long distance one of the band members needs to travel, this show is being postponed. We hope to announce a new date soon.
Too Blue plays Best Video Film & Cultural Center Sat., Mar. 12, starting at 7 PM. The cover is $10.
This is an indoor show so attendance is 30 max. Proof of vaccination is required to enter and masks are required.
Traveling freely between bluegrass, swing, Celtic and jazz, a Too Blue show is a dynamic dose of serious fun. Smooth harmonies and adventurous musicianship bring stellar arrangements to life and leave the listener anything but “blue.” Original songs as well as fresh covers from Patsy Cline to Bill Monroe keep the show moving and toes tapping.
Seamlessly blending their vocals are guitarist Betsy Rome and banjoist Joan Harrison. Mandolin powerhouse Michael Sassano astounds and entertains, while jazz bassist Jamie Doris brings a creative perspective. Together, Too Blue makes exciting bluegrass that swings and entertains.
Of their second CD, “Trouble With the Grey,” Barry Mitterhoff (mandolinist with Jorma Kaukonen) said, “To quote Bill Monroe, ‘This is powerful music!’ … Swing-grass, original tunes, hot pickin’ & sweet singin.”