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“Bluegrass Session” Featuring Blue Highway

Date: Thursday, November 21 2019

Blue Highway will headline the Silver Dollar “Bluegrass Session” on November 21st.

Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Tickets on sale Friday, Oct 25th at noon (MT). Click here to purchase a ticket online or tickets can also be purchased at the Wort Hotel front desk.

Highly esteemed contemporary bluegrass band Blue Highway will play the inaugural “Bluegrass Session” in the Silver Dollar Showroom on Nov 21, 2019. Over their career the band has earned an impressive 34 awards from the two national bluegrass music associations, one Dove Award, and three GRAMMY nominations. In April 2016 the readers of Bluegrass Today voted Blue Highway “Favorite Bluegrass Artist of All Time”. 

This year, Blue Highway is celebrating their 25th Anniversary with a new album titled Somewhere Far Away. The album is lifted by the band’s three award-winning songwriters and vocalists, Tim Stafford, Wayne Taylor, and Shawn Lane, whose harmonies soar over the dynamic banjo of Jason Burleson and the tasteful Dobro of Gary Hultman. The project’s first two singles, “That Sounds More Like Heaven to Me” and “Both Ends of the Train” topped the bluegrass charts.   

Talent buyer, Justin Smith says, “These guys are absolute legends and to see them in the up-close intimacy of the Silver Dollar Showroom will be jaw-dropping and highly inspirational. This show will mark their first performance in this region and to have them at The Silver Dollar is a dream come true for us.”

Twice a year, The Silver Dollar Showroom at the Silver Dollar Bar will provide a unique offering for bluegrass lovers by hosting an award-winning bluegrass band for an intimate performance. The evening will include a 4-course meal paired with Roadhouse Brewing Beers. Doors will open at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $95/person and you have the option to buy a table or first come-first serve general admission table seats. Tickets are limited and can be purchased online here or at the front desk starting October 25th at noon MT.