NEW YORK, March 30 (UPI) -- The New York rock club Sin-e, which helped to launch the careers of Sara McLaughlin and David Gray, will close its doors for the last time Sunday.
The club's last show will feature performances by Hymns, Bow Thayer & the Perfect Train Wreck and Amanda Kravat.
"Fittingly, these acts follow in the Sin-e's tradition of giving a voice to emerging musicians while celebrating the energy of the NYC scene," Sin-e said in a news release. No reason was given for the closure.
A message on the club's Web site said simply: "To all the bands, booking agents, staff, friends and patrons... Thank you."