Cadillac Sky To Take “Indefinite Hiatus”
Cadillac Sky, a string band who blurred the line between Bluegrass and acoustic indie rock, has decided to take an “indefinite hiatus” as a band. They announced their decision this morning via their facebook page (their website has either been taken down or overloaded as I write this):
“After long hours of thought and with heavy but grateful hearts, we’ve decided to make the following announcement: starting in January of 2011 we will be going on an indefinite hiatus. We’ve made some personal and collective choices that have driven the decision, but we’re all in agreement that it’s time for us to step back from Cadillac Sky.”
Fans will, of course, recall that lead singer, Bryan Simpson, left the band in October of last year citing a religious calling. He was replaced by Levi Lowery for what turned out to be the next several months. Good luck to them all.
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