With Amy Dyer's departure from the group in 1994,Christina
and Melissa continued performing under the new name, "Velvet
Bleu". By that time,Christina had refined her song writing
skills to create a wealth of original material for the group to utilize.
With a background now seasoned with jazz, folk, and blues, a very unique
signature style was beginning to emerge. In continuing the advancement of
her musical career,Christina then formed a company named Top Moon
Records, inaugurated with the release of Velvet Bleu's debut
CD, "Rhapsody" in 1995. To date, cuts from Rhapsody
are being played on a multitude of radio stations around the U.S.
Now, in 1996,Christina Pfohl's career has gone to full bloom. With headline billing as a soloist, she now showcases her versatility with several different configurations of musical backing. As a trio with just a classical-style guitar and saxophone, or with a full six-piece band,Christina's rich vocal style and heart-felt lyrics never fail to penetrate the listening audience. With songs such as "Highway 101" about an escape to natures refuge, and "Golden Angel" written as a tribute to Nicole Simpson, her words take on the quality of a musical landscape. In summary, a night spent with Christina Pfohl's music is memorable indeed.For the latest info on Christina and Velvet Bleu visit the official web site at www.velvetbleu.com