Keeping Up With The Line (Jan.-Apr. 2015)

The Southland Music Line is on a pilgrimage in search of the best music, musicians and venues across The South.  The following provides a way to follow us as we make our way around – We invite you to climb aboard “The Southland Music Line” and travel with us. The informal review (below and previous pages) are often edited, updated or modified. To read our featured articles: Click Here.


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March 2015

 Mon. Mar. 30, 2015
The Line was at another of Ben Kaufman’s Monday Night Jams at Irish Coast Pub. Tonight’s special guest was musician Ryan M. Brewer – truly talented musician and a joy to visit.

Fri. Mar. 27, 2015
The Line’s Johnny Cole and friend, Bobby Rayborn, drove up to the Blue Canoe in Tupelo, MS to see the bluegrass sensation “Town  Mountain”.  Bobby had seen them recently in Gulfport, MS and it take much convincing Johnny to take the trip up to see these amazing musicians. Plus, the Blue Canoe is one of the state’s best and most known music venues – both musicians and fans love this place.

The Southland Music Line would return to Blue Canoe on April 23 to see the great Billy Joe Shaver.

Thur. Mar. 26, 2015
You can never go wrong  by going to see Sugarcane Jane at Jack’s by the Tracks in Pascagoula, MS. The Line sees them more than we do anyone else.

Tues. Mar. 17 –  Sun. Mar. 22, 2015
The Line returned to South By Southwest in Austin, TX for week of incredible music. Once again, we wrote an article detailing our week of activities and the music we enjoyed in Austin.

The 2-Part Article on the subject of this year’s SXSW:

The Southland Music Line Returns to SXSW, Pt. 1
The Southland Music Line Returns to SXSW, Pt. 2

Sun. Mar. 15, 2015
The Line’s Johnny Cole would meet with Stefan Lawson’s “Coastal Noise” Podcast to discuss music and other subjects and events. This evening the podcast also included musicians Eddie Dixon and Diggs Darcey.  Following the show, Johnny would visit Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub for some music by Rochambeau.

Sat. Mar. 14, 2015
The newly signed to Bloodshot Records, Banditos brought their show to Jack’s by the Tracks in Pascagoula, MS.  * Artist and contributor to The Line, Robby Amonett, would later write an article about Banditos and new album during the month May.

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to read Robby Amonett’s May 2015 article.

Fri. Mar. 13, 2015
Elvis Costello brought his 2015 Tour to the Saenger Theatre in Mobile, AL. As much as The Line loved Tuesday night’s show with Larkin Poe, Costello didn’t miss a punch on his own. He continues to prove why he is one of the best!

Thurs. Mar. 12, 2015
John Mellencamp‘s tour included a stop in Birmingham, AL at BJCC Concert Hall; special guest was Carlene Carter.  The Line’s Johnny Cole who attended show, believed it to be one of his favorite Mellencamp shows in recent years.

Tues. Mar. 10, 2015
The much anticipated Elvis Costello with Megan & Rebecca Lovell (Larkin Poe) show would take place at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN.  The Line’s Johnny Cole has seen Costello several times throughout the years, but since learning of Larkin Poe and their touring with him in Europe, it became clear this was a must-see show, if a chance allowed.

Earlier in 2015, Larkin Poe hinted of a U.S. Tour with Costello when Johnny asked them about it in New Orleans. (The Line attended a New Orleans show on Jan. 22). When dates were released, Mobile, AL was listed, which no time was wasted in purchasing tickets….. one problem, the Mobile show would be Costello performing alone without Larkin Poe. Therefore, a second city would have to be arranged – that city would be Memphis, TN. One of the year’s best shows!

The following articles are about Larkin Poe:
*Larkin Poe Releases Their Much Anticipated New Album “Kin” – Resulting in One of the Year’s Best!
*“The Line” Travels to Atlanta to Meet Larkin Poe

Mon. Mar. 9, 2015
Another exiting night at Ben Kaufan’s Irish Coast Pub and the Monday Night Jam Sessions.

Sun. May 8, 2015
Part 1:
 A good day for The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm featuring Grayson Capps, Corky Hughes, Will Kimbrough, Bridgette, Sergio Webb and David Olney. The Line’s Johnny Cole drove over to The Frog Pond with John Boland and Michele Fiegenschue  As usual, another fun day in Silverhill, AL.

Part 2:
Following the show at The Frog Pond, Johnny Cole and Robby Amonett made their way over to Callaghan’s to enjoy the music of Dylan LeBlanc (who was accompanied by a string section). The gifted young performer finished things up with a killer cover of E.L.O.’s “Showdown”.

Sat. Mar. 7, 2015
Everyone associated with The Line has seen the Banditos a good number of times. Robby Amonett has even toured with them in 2014 leading up and during SXSW in Austin, TX. It was great to see this busy hard playin rock ‘ roll band bring its show to Callaghan’s. Also performing was another of Robby’s good friends, The Deslondes. It was one incredible good night of music.

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to read 2015 article written by Robby Amonett about Banditos. (Posted in May 2015)

Fri. Mar. 6, 2015
The Line enjoyed a set of music by Cowboy Johnson at Jack’s by the Tracks; then Jimmy Lee Hannaford at The Tiki in Gautier, MS.

Wed. Mar. 3, 2015
Callaghan’s did it again when they booked Humming House to perform on what turned out to be one of funnest nights of the year. First of all, the music was right for the night. leslie Rodriguez of The Humming House did one of the best covers of the Wilie Nelson penned “Crazy” we’ve ever heard. Secondly, the night was special due to those friends who were at Callaghan’s enjoying the music (namely, The Zimmers, Mona, and oh my goodness – Glenda. The woman was on a roll that Wednesday night. What a fun lady!) The Line would later see The Humming House at this year’s SXSW in Austin, TX (and again in New Orleans as the opened the show for Kacey Musgraves.

Mon. Mar. 2, 2015
Monday Night Jam.Sessions with Diggs Darcey & The Monday Night Band at Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub in Gulfport, MS.

Sun. Mar. 1, 2015
During the end of February through March, Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL was in midst of several winning shows (The Heard; Great Peacock; The Humming House; Banditos; The Deslondes; and Dylan LeBlanc). This Sunday evening,  it was The Mastersons (someone The Line would see again at SXSW in Austin, TX) at Callaghan’s. Robby Amonett, a contributor to The Line, attended the show and had the privilege of painting the performance. The Line’s Johnny Cole was’nt able to be there, but was part of a Podcast with Coastal Noise in Gulfport, MS. The music history, present and future along the Gulf Coast was discussed. Johnny joined Stefan Lawson (host & musician), Eddie Dixon (musician) and a lengthy and enjoyable evening of discussion.

coastal noiseEpisode #44     Episode #45


February 2015

Sat. Feb. 28, 2015
The Line was all over the Gulf Coast from Mobile, AL to Gulfport, MS on Saturday, Feb. 28th.

Part 1:
Great Peacock at Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL. This band is one of those you don’t soon forget. This will easily be remembered as one of early 2015’s  favorite shows.

Part 2:
After the Great Peacock show at Callaghan’s, The Line’s Johnny Cole drove an hour plus to Gulfport, MS to see “Della Memoria” and the new band “Moonhawk” perform at Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub. Well….not enough time and can’t be at two places at at one time, so he was unable to catch the debut show by Moonhawk; but as usual, Della Memoria provided the crowd at Irish Coast Pub with another good performance.

Fri. Feb. 27, 2015
You can always expect an entertaining evening of great music when it comes to a Mark Pfaff show. On Feb. 27th, he and Phil Proctor put on one worth remembering. Non-stop good music!

Thurs. Feb. 26, 2015
The entertaining Kyle & Karl appeared once again at Jack’s by the Tracks in Pascagoula, MS.

Mon. Feb. 23, 2015
Mondays on the Mississippi Gulf Coast have become something lively and entertaining for local musicians and music enthusiasts – Monday Night Jam Sessions with Diggs Darcey & The Monday Night Band at Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub in Gulfport, MS.

Sat. Feb 21, 2015
Another venue The Line frequents and always enjoys is The Shed (located at the Hwy 57/I-10 Crossroads, north towards Vancleave, MS. One of our favorites, Sugarcane Jane, performed here again on Saturday, Feb. 21st. Gerard Raley and Ron Thamert sat in with Anthony & Savana for a good night of music.

Fri. Feb. 20, 2015
The man, Jason Isbell calls “one of America’s national treasures”, is none other than Cary Hudson. He was back at Jack’s by the Tracks and The Line was there on Feb. 20th for what you can always expect from Cary Hudson – a great show!

Thurs. Feb. 19, 2015
Jack’s by the Tracks welcomes back one of its favorites (and most certainly, one of ours) “Sugarcane Jane“.

Wed. Feb. 18, 2015
The Southland Music Line loves to travel. On Feb. 18th, we set off on another road trip to Birmingham, AL. This time to see Flaming Lips at Iron City.

Mon. Feb. 16, 2015
The Line had the pleasure of attending another spectacular show at Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL.  The night’s performance was by the highly energetic Chicago band “The Heard” – real honest to goodness exciting entertainment!  

Sat. Feb. 14, 2015
The Deluxe Trio returned to Jack’s by the Tracks. Music at its genuine best!

Fri. Feb. 13, 2015
Wes Lee returned to Jack’s by the Tracks for another crowd pleasing show.

Wed. Feb. 11, 2015
Part 1:  An Evening with Lindy Sholes Loflin (accompanied by Doug Sholes and special guest Emily Sholes). “Live at Seagrapes” in downtown Gulfport, MS is always a pleasing experience.

Part 2: The Line’s Johnny Cole left Gulfport for Vancleave and finally, the backroads through the woods, to Hattiesburg, MS to see Rosco Bandana perform at The Dollar Box. Also performing was Patrick Mooney w/ Jackson Weldon, and Rooster Blues.

Mon. Feb. 9, 2015
Mondays on the Mississippi Gulf Coast have become something lively and entertaining for local musicians and music enthusiasts – Monday Night Jam Sessions with Diggs Darcey & The Monday Night Band at Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub in Gulfport, MS.

Fri. Feb. 6, 2015
A great night of music! First up: the always entertaining Fat Man Squeeze at Jack’s by the Tracks in Pascagoula, MS; Second: Scott Chism & The Better Half at Govenment Street Grocery in Ocean Springs, MS. (Two straight nights of Scott Chism & the Better Half).

Thurs. Feb. 5, 2015
The Line was happy to see Scott Chism & The Better Half return to the Deep South and to Jack’s by the Tracks.

Mon. Feb. 2, 2015
One of 2015’s early album favorites is “Better Luck” by John Calvin Abney (from Oklahoma). The Line’s Johnny Cole traveled to the Thirsty Hippo in Hattiesburg, MS  to see John Calvin Abney perform the new songs from the album.  Abney performed Johnny’s favorite track from the album – “Museums” (quite possibly will be Johnny Cole’s favorite song of the year!) John was on his Winter 2015 Tour with M. Lockwood Porter (a great talent whos song “Chris Bell” is a real standout. It’s about the late Chris Bell from Big Star.) Also on the bill that night was a solo performance by Chad Cox from Mississippi Shakedown.



January 2015

Sat. Jan. 31, 2015
A regular highlight for “The Line” is going to see, musician and friend, Jimmy Lee Hannaford. On this particular night, Stephen and Johnny saw Jimmy Lee at The Shed at the Hwy 57/I-10 Crossroads in Ocean Springs, MS This was followed by us heading to Government Street to see Lisa Mills perform at Murky Waters.

Fri. Jan. 30, 2015
When Sugarcane Jane (“Anthony Crawford and Savana Lee Crawford”) perform at Jack’s by the Tracks in Pascagoula, MS, those of us associated with “The Line” make it a point to be there! We’ve seen Sugarcane Jane perform in multiple places and venues, but when at “Jack’s” it is always something special. Fri. Jan. 30th was no different – an equally entertaining and crowd pleasing show.

We invite you to read the following articles about Sugarcane Jane:

The Road Leads To Birmingham: Sugarcane Jane Opens Show For Steve Winwood
Why We Love Sugarcane Jane as Told by the Friends & Fans of Sugarcane Jane
Willie Sugarcapps: 2014’s Artist of the Year

From Muscle Shoals To Magnolia Springs, AL: Willie Sugarcapps Gives Us A Sample of What’s To Come
Wash Hole Jam : Brewton, AL Starring Willie Sugarcapps

Following Sugarcane Jane’s show, The Line’s Johnny Cole drove to Irish Coast Pub in Gulfport, MS to see sensational blues musician “Wes Lee“. You can never go wrong by attending a Wes Lee show.

Click Here to read 2014 article which featured Wes Lee.

Thurs. Jan. 29, 2015
Della Memoria Live at Pour House in Ocean Springs, MS.


Click Here for 2014 article about Della Memoria.

Wed. Jan. 28, 2015
Stephen Anderson, Johnny Cole, Robby Amonett and Bobby Rayborn made their way to Thirsty Hippo in Hattiesburg, MS to see two of The Line’s favorites – Andrew Duhon Trio and Oh Jeremiah. Thirsty Hippo is one of the area’s best music venues (a place we continue to enjoy). One of tonight’s highlights was Duhon’s unique toned down cover of Bee Gees “Staying Alive”. Plus, it’s always a pleasure seeng Oh Jeremiah (Jeremiah Stricklin & Erin Raber) – two of the nicest musicians (make that “people”) around.

Tues. Jan. 27, 2015
Johnny Cole of “The Line” traveled to Starkville, MS to see Jack White at Humphrey Coliseum. Formerly a part of the band The White Stripes, White began a solo career in 2012 with his album, “Blunderbuss.” His most recent is “Lazaretto”. The singer has won multiple Grammy awards, and both of his solo albums reached No. 1 on the Billboard Charts. “Rolling Stone” magazine named him one of the 100 best guitarists of all time. Following his performance in Mississippi (his 2nd time to appear in the state – the last time was the final show by the White Stripes.), he traveled to Nashville, New York City and a few more U.S. dates before performing shows in South America.
Set List:
1. Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground (The White Stripes song); 2. Lazaretto; 3. High Ball Stepper
4. Hotel Yorba (The White Stripes song); 5. You Know That I Know (Hank Williams cover);
6. Weep Themselves to Sleep; 7. Three Women; 8. The Rose With the Broken Neck (Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi cover); 9. The Hardest Button to Button (The White Stripes song); 10. Steady, As She Goes (The Raconteurs song); 11. Stones in My Passway (Robert Johnson cover); 12. Would You Fight for My Love?; 13. Screwdriver (The White Stripes song); 14. Just One Drink; 15. We’re Going to Be Friends (The White Stripes song); 16. Blunderbuss  | Encore: 17. Icky Thump (The White Stripes song); 18. Ball and Biscuit (The White Stripes song); 19. You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do As You’re Told) (The White Stripes song); 20. That Black Bat Licorice; 21. Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes song)

Sun. Jan. 25, 2015
Several friends and fans showed up at Leo’s in Ocean Springs, MS to see The Mulligan Brothers. Another great night of music! Their latest CD is out. These guys are going places! You must all check ’em out. The Line has seen them dozens of times. Four the most talented and nicest guys you’ll ever meet. An article about them by The Line is long overdue!


It’s become a regular thing getting ‘shout outs’ from The Mulligan Brothers – Stephen (Andy) gets his for The Mulligan Brothers’ own song “Let Them Ring” and Johnny gets his for their incredible cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Atlantic City.” The Mulligan Brothers are a real talent! We also appreciate their friendship.

Fri. Jan. 23, 2015
New Orleans Night Two:  Thursday night at The Beatnik was Larkin Poe w/ Emily Kopp; following night was Lincoln Durham. We had the privilege seeing seeing Durham at SXSW 2014 in Austin, TX. This New Orleans show at The Beatnik will go down, very likely, as one of the best of 2015.

Click Here to see 2015 article about Lincoln Durham and his Jan. 23rd concert in New Orleans. (Johnny Cole, Stephen Anderson and Robby Amonett was joined by Harold Rosenberg from The Wooden Wings to attend the Lincoln Durham show.)

The weather the previous night was terrible. Its funny or crazy how many shows we attend when it’s raining (in particular, New Orleans shows) I’m talking downpours! Leland Sklar/Judith Owen – monsoon! The Wooden Wings show – storming! A New Orleans’ Rosco Bandana show- rainy weather; Now, Larkin Poe in NOLA – also storming. Nothing seems to keep us home! …Escondido in Birmingham- raining; Larkin Poe in Easton, MD – also raining!

Thurs. Jan. 22, 2015
Every once in a while a band or musician comes along that is well……”that something special”. Two such artists performed in New Orleans at The Beatnik on Jan. 22nd (Larkin Poe) and 23rd (Lincoln Durham). Neither is a stranger to The Line – we’ve seen Larkin Poe several times including Atlanta, GA and Easton, MD (* later in 2015 The Line’s Johnny Cole would see them again in Memphis, TN performing alongside Elvis Costello.) On Jan. 22, Larkin Poe performed on one of the stormiest nights in recent memory. The night had its share of problems: The bad weather, which kept many from attending anything on this particular night; older sister, Megan Lovell, was obviously feeling ill (but she proved a true professional by giving it her all even to a small crowd. Younger sister, Rebecca, kept spirits high and showed her true quality as a seasoned entertainer by keeping things lively; plus she showed a true bond with her sister. These two sisters are amazing!); and finally we surely had a problem driving back to Mississippi in our super small-sized leased car as the stormy winds and rains….well you can get the picture.  Despite all the issues, it was another memorable show from a favorite of ours.

The following articles are about Larkin Poe:
Larkin Poe Releases Their Much Anticipated New Album “Kin” – Resulting in One of the Year’s Best!
“The Line” Travels to Atlanta to Meet Larkin Poe

This night of the 22nd wasn’t just about Larkin Poe – musician, Emily Kopp, opened the show and believe me we’ve been fans ever since that night at The Beatnik. We will be talking more about her in coming months.

Joining The Line’s Johnny Cole, Stephen Anderson (photographer) and Robby Amonett (artist) was Julia Reyes, Doug & Susan Sholes, Emily Sholes (from Della Memoria) and Josh Smith (also from Della Memoria).

Wed. Jan. 21, 2015

Night #3 of Della Memoria Week (3rd of 3 times The Line attended a Della show in one week.) Della Memoria performed live on the radio at “92zew’s 2nd 2sday” at Lap’s on the Causeway. Also performing at Lap’s was Melissa Joiner.  The Line’s Johnny Cole had to slip out to his car and listen to DELLA M. on the radio. Sounded great! Robby Amonett painted the performance. A nice turn out – lots of family, friends and fans.

Click Here
for 2014 article about Della Memoria.

Thanks Della Memoria for the mention during the radio broadcast. Yall mean lots to The Southland Music Line.  – Johnny Cole & The Southland Music Line

Tues. Jan. 20, 2015
Night #2 of Della Memoria Week (2nd of 3 times The Line attended a Della show in one week.) Della Memoria performed at Soul Kitchen in Mobile, AL. They were followed by Generationals (from New Orleans).

indexClick Here for 2014 article about Della Memoria.

Sun. Jan. 18, 2015

Night #1 of Della Memoria Week (1st of 3 times The Line attended a Della concert in one week.) The music-loving enthusiastic crowd at Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL welcomed Della Memoria (Josh Smith, Pat Mcginley & Emily Sholes) to perform a Sunday night show. It was one of Della Memoria’s most shining moments, because they were obviously having fun (and so was the crowd). Along with Robby Amonett (who painted the performance) and Johnny Cole, attending the show was Doug & Susan Sholes (Della’s Emily Sholes’ parents) and Trang Kilmore (one of Della Memoria’s most loyal fans.)

Click Here for 2014 article about Della Memoria.

One of The Southland Music Line’s main things is searching for the very best venues. Those places with that “something special”. Callaghan’s is one of those places – joining Eddies Attic, Jacks by the Tracks and Birdies Roadhouse (may it rest in peace or please come back).

Sat. Jan. 17, 2015
For the second consecutive year, The Line’s Johnny Cole attended the 30A Songwriters Festival in the Florida panhandle (just south of Destin, FL). This year was another good one for the amount of talent that was scheduled to perform. Johnny was able to attend shows by John Moreland, Jason Isbell, Leon Russell, Deanna Carter, Robert Ellis, and Hayes Carll (who performed what Stephen often refers to as the greatest country song ever written – “She Left Me For Jesus”. ) *Only Saturday of the festival was attended.

Fri. Jan. 16, 2015
The Line’s Johnny Cole and Stephen Anderson traveled to Dauphin Island, AL to see The Mulligan Brothers perform at Fin’s.  Also performing was the talented Melissa Joiner and Ryan Balthrop. It was also the night Robby Amonett introduced the world to his tiny chair he uses for painting the live performances. A great night of music and fun!

Doug and Susan Sholes met us prior to the show for dinner, where we would run into The Mulligan Brothers who chose same place.

Thurs. Jan. 15, 2015
Travis Meadows (singer/songwriter) who has written songs for a long list of entertainers appeared at the “Songs & Stories Radio Show” at The Mary C. in Ocean Springs, MS.on Thurs. Jan. 15, 2015.  We had the honor of seeing Travis Meadows in 2014 at The L.A. “Lower Alabama” Songwriters Festival in Fairhope, AL. An amazing songwriter! The Mary C. is always a great place to see a live show. This event was attended by J. Cole, S. Anderson (photographer) and Robby Amonett (The artist who painted the live performance.)

If you have an opportunity to see Travis and Whiskey Jack, do not miss it. He is great. A mighty Mississippian come back to us.” – Stan Flint

Tues. Jan. 13, 2015
The Mississippi Blues Trail unveils new marker (its 184th Marker) at 3 p.m. Tuesday, honoring several Gulfport musicians, including Allman Brothers’ Jaimoe…also Roosevelt Sykes, Carl Gates, Cozy Corley, Skin Williams, Yvonne Tims and others who have contributed to the city’s musical legacy. The marker dedication ceremony took place at the “Four Corners” intersection of Arkansas Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, a central location in the decades when the African American communities in and around North Gulfport, supported many nightclubs that operated outside the old city limits. The Line’s Photographer Stephen Anderson attended the historic event.

Sat. Jan. 10, 2015

Della Memoria (Emily Sholes, Josh Smith & Patrick Mcginley) performed their first 2015 show at Ben Kaufman’s Irish Coast Pub in Gulfport, MS. on this lively Saturday tonight. Also performing was The Mustachios (from Mobile, AL). The Line was here tonight with Doug & Susan Sholes, Brice Creel, Bobby Rayborn. Plus, Robby Amonett painted the performance.

Click Here
for 2014 article about Della Memoria.

Fri. Jan. 9, 2015
A big night of music! Multiple shows! Starting with The Deluxe Trio CD release party at “Jack’s by the Tracks” in Pascagoula, MS. Secondly, from The Mulligan Brothers, Ross Newell & Gram Rea at “The Office” in Ocean Springs, MS. And finally, Holy Ghost Electric Show and The Underhill Family Orchestra at Gov’t Street Grocery also in Ocean Springs, MS.

Mon. Jan. 5, 2015
The first “Open Mic Monday” of 2015 at Ben Kaufman’s “Irish Coast Pub” in Gulfport, MS with Ben Kaufman, Diggs Darcey, Zach Fellman, Jason Sanford and the guy who sings the “Bath Salt Song”….and more. These nights are special.

Sun. Jan. 4, 2014
The Line finally got to see the entire 5-pc lineup of Oh Jeremiah perform at one of our favorite venues (one of The South’s best!) Callaghan’s Irish Social Club in The historic Oakleigh District of Mobile, AL. Oh Jeremiah will be in the studio beginning in March to record a full length album. – They’ll be heading to Portland, Maine to do so. We’ve known Oh Jeremiah for some time and it’s a pleasure to see them progress with each positive step. As always the “shout outs” are appreciated. The Line expects great things coming Oh Jeremiah’s way in 2015.

It was a nice evening with Doug and Susan Sholes. I’m glad they finally came over from Gulfport to Mobile to attend a show and have dinner at Callaghan’s. – Seeing Jeremiah Stricklin and Erin Raber was really nice too. Some of the nicest musicians around. Real talents too.

Sat. Jan. 3, 2014
The Line made its way for a second time to see Nic & The Overols at Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL.

Fri. Jan. 2, 2015
A nice way to start the new year was by attending a live acoustic performance by Ross Newell and Gram Rea of The Mulligan Brothers.  Stephen Anderson, Stan Flint and Johnny Cole met at The Island View Casino to enjoy the show on one very rainy night along the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

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