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cir·ca [sur-kuh] preposition, adverb
Origin:  1860–65; < Latin: around, about, akin to circus
While circus isn’t exactly the word we’d use to describe our band (although we sure know how to have fun), “Circa Blue” is the perfect description of what we represent. We are “about” bluegrass … not completely traditional, not completely newgrass. We strive to be unique and entertaining to all audiences, so everyone will discover something they enjoy. Tight vocal harmonies, clean instrumentation, and creative arrangements keep audiences tapping their toes or dancing in their seats … whichever they prefer.

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Our second album is complete and we could not be more excited! It features eight (8) original tracks and five (5) cover tunes done “Circa Blue” style. Take a listen.

The new album is currently on the Roots Music Charts for overall album. “To Mabel with Love” has been as high as #15 for single song and we are currently #1 for Bluegrass Album in West Virginia.

Now available on itunes, CD Baby and Amazon.

New Online Store
With the excitement of the release of our new CD, we are proud to announce the launch of our online store, complete with t-shirts, tank tops, and CDs!  Stop back often to see new items for sale.  Thank You!

 

The new release from Circa Blue is accurately named. In A Darker Blue, this Northern Maryland trio puts the blues in bluegrass.

The title gives a solid hint, of course. Further evidence comes from a glance through the titles of the 13 songs included here – Haunted, Drunkard’s Moan, Dark as a Dungeon, Ain’t Got No Money, Dark Hollow, and I Still Look for You.

And if those clues elude you, you won’t miss it once the music starts, even when the tales of woe are set to a blazing bluegrass tempo. You can hear the despair in the fiddle of Chris Sexton and the resophonic guitar of Gaven Largent and in the mournful voices of Steve Harris and Ron Webb.   (read more)

-Bluegrass Today

Playing Frosty Morning at the Pickin in the Panhandle Festival. Features Matt Hickman, Ron Webb and Jon Glick.

 

Circa Blue with guest Chris Sexton playing Salt Creek at their CD release party

Ain’t Got No Money: Circa Blue @ Shenandoah Valley Music Festival

 

Wild Horses: Circa Blue @ Shenandoah Valley Music Festival