For those looking for some sweet harmony, look no further than downtown Montrose.
Ley Line, an all-women’s multilingual world folk fusion group, will be playing at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Healthy Rhythm Art Gallery, 68 S. Grand Ave., Montrose. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the show will include a meet and greet with the group after the performance.
The group is performing Sunday morning Gospel set with Bonnie Paine of Elephant Revival, and will offer a workshop at Elks Park that same afternoon, Emilie Basez said. Band members are: Kate Robberson, Madeleine Froncek, Lydia Froncek and Basez.
From Austin, Texas, Ley Line will make a stop in Montrose on its way to the Telluride Bluegrass Festival as part of the band’s 2019 Summer Tour. Through the use of stand up bass, guitar, ukulele and percussion, Ley Line has created a unique sound.
Basez said the group is very excited to play in Montrose, as they enjoy playing in new towns and connecting with new fans.
“We don’t tour Colorado very often,” Basez said. “This is a chance to see us in an intimate setting where we’ll share the inspiration behind the songs we’ve written.”
Those attending the show will experience harmony of rhythm; harmony of language; harmony of voices; and stories and songs from Senegal, Colombia, Brazil, Kenya and more, Basez said.
Advance main gallery reserved seating tickets are $15 and studio gallery general admission is $10 when purchased at the venue. Admission is $2 more may of show (if available). Tickets may be purchased at bit.ly/2Isvk8b.
For more information on the group, visit leylinesound.com.