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Circa Blue to Donate Concert Proceeds to Local Flood Victims

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Circa BlueMilton, West Virginia -- West Virginia national touring band, Circa Blue will perform at the Mountaineer Opry House in Milton this Saturday, July 2 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors, and $5 for 12 and under at the door - no presales. The band and their booking agent, Liz DiSessa from Heart Roots Music, are donating 100% of the band proceeds, including merchandise sales, to a to-be-determined worthwhile flood victim charity fund. For more information on the concert, please visit www.MountaineerOpry.com or call 304-743-5749.

"Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the tragic loss of life and devastation, caused by the flooding. Our home base is Martinsburg, and we're privileged to play at venues across the great State of West Virginia. We want to help give back and support those communities that have given to us. Our blood runs blue and gold," said band member Steve Harris of Circa Blue.

Circa Blue includes the talents of Steve Harris (Guitar, Lead & Harmony Vocals); Malia Furtado (Fiddle, Lead & Harmony Vocals); Ashley Stewart (Bass, Lead & Harmony Vocals); Ryan Mullins (Mandolin, Lead & Harmony Vocals); and Matt Hickman (Banjo).

Orange Blossom Records recently released the new Circa Blue album, Once Upon A Time that was an instant chart hit on AirPlay Direct. The album jumped to #2 on the service’s Top 50 APD Bluegrass Folk Albums monthly chart the same day it was made available to radio stations worldwide. Once Upon A Time includes songs written by band members Steve Harris and Malia Furtado along with songs and co-writes hit songwriters such as Brink Brinkman, Dawn Kenney, David Morris, Rick Lang, and the amazing Gordon Lightfoot.

Please visit circa-blue.com and like them on Facebook. For more information on Orange Blossom Records, please visit www.OrangeBlossomRecords.com.

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