About Mountain Blue
For those who like to shout "Hallelujah!"
Mountain Blue (originally known as "Blue Cheese") was formed in the fall of 2003 when two choir conductors from Brigham Young University got together to perform a piece of southern gospel music "just to hear how it sounds." The two searched among their musically talented friends until they felt they had formed the perfect bluegrass quartet--a unique a cappella combination of three guys and a gal.
Inspired by old-time bluegrass musicians like the Stanley Brothers as well as newer groups like Blue Highway and Signature Sound, Mountain Blue began performing regularly at BYU's semiannual A Cappella Jam. More recently, they have opened for other a cappella groups, including Vocal Point and Noteworthy. They received the Judges Choice Award at the BYU Talent Showcase in 2006. Their debut CD, Gospel Train, was followed two years later with another collection of songs called Roll Back the Stone. They have also appeared on radio, on television, and on other compilation albums.
Mountain Blue is a Bluegrass, Southern Gospel, A Cappella Quartet from Utah. Our motto for our music is "anything about Jesus." If you love the music from the movie "Oh Brother Where Art Thou?" with a gospel flavor, you'll love the music of Mountain Blue.