Lindsey Clontz brings bluegrass flair to Ellie's on Main consignment shop
Lindsey Clontz, a 22-year-old who's fresh out-of-college is the new owner of “Ellie’s on Main” consignment store in Waynesville.
She's also a local bluegrass and gospel musician who is bringing her own unique personality into the shop as she sings a bluegrass or gospel tune in between helping customers around the whimsical, inspirational pink and lime green themed colored store.
A favorite is “Trains I Missed” by her favorite bluegrass band, Haywood County’s own “Balsam Range.” “The song talks about things you might have missed, but if you hadn’t missed them, you wouldn’t be where you are today,” Clontz noted.
Ironically, that song is an accurate snapshot of her young adult life.
After graduating from Tuscola High School in 2008 and watching many of her college freshmen friends begin ...