If you go
What: Underhill Rose
When: 10 p.m. Saturday
Where: The Empty Glass
Because they never really intended to make music for a living, Eleanor Underhill and Molly Rose ended up with pretty interesting day jobs.
Their dilemma, Underhill acknowledges, will be what happens at their next crossroads.
The first crossroads occurred when Underhill and Rose, who met when they were students at Warren Wilson College near Asheville, N.C., formed a quartet called Barrel House Mamas that performed regionally until its members reached that post-college stage of life where it was time to move on.
Shortly after, in 2009, Underhill and Rose formed the duo Underhill Rose. It became a trio when Underhill, a banjo player, and Rose, a guitar player, invited bassist Salley Williamson to the mix.
Since then, they've recorded a CD and continued to tour as they can.
Saturday night, the trio brings its country and bluegrass harmonies to The Empty Glass.
Just recently, the band got a boost by being accepted into the Pandora radio fold. The Internet radio station granted Underhill Rose a channel.