Rollin’ In The Hay – Live at Tacky Jacks

There are nights that outshine all other nights with so many things in life including “Live Music”.  On Friday, April 4th, 2014, Stephen “Andy” Anderson (Photographer with The Southland Music Line) had the privilege of seeing one of his favorites perform live at Tacky Jacks in Spanish Fort, Alabama, just… Continue Reading

AUSTIN BOUND: SXSW PART 2 (of 5) – “An All-Star Tribute to Jimi Hendrix”; “Celebrating the Music Legacy of Memphis, TN”

An All-Star Tribute to Jimi Hendrix During the late afternoon of Thursday, March 13, many festival goers at South By Southwest in Austin, Texas began making their way across the river from the downtown venues to *Butler Park. Something special was about to be unveiled with the help of an… Continue Reading

AUSTIN BOUND: SXSW 2014, PART 1 (of 5)

   Since 1987, the city of Austin, the state of Texas and The South open up their doors to the entire world with The South By Southwest Festival which continues to grow, becoming more famous each passing year. Recognizing achievements in film, interactive media and music, tens of thousands of… Continue Reading

Backstage with Rosco Bandana at The House of Blues

To begin with, The Southland Music Line wants to thank Rosco Bandana for inviting us backstage to a really cool ‘green room’ at The New Orleans’ House of Blues.  Secondly, we want to thank The House of Blues for giving “The Line’s” photographer Stephen “Andy” Anderson signed permission to take… Continue Reading

2013: The Year in Music According to The Southland Music Line

Escondido Live in Lynchburg, VA “Before the Show” (Photo by J.G. Cole) As 2013 comes to an end, many “Best of the Year” lists are appearing. Whether it is music, movies, television shows, books or just about anything else, we can agree to disagree about many of the choices, and… Continue Reading

Article 1 (Dec. 2013) The Southland Music Line: The Origin, Behind It’s Name & The Mission

Music can be a most powerful and moving force in our lives no matter the genre or style because it has a way of reaching out. Throughout our days, certain songs can play on the radio, in a movie, television commercial or simply someone humming a tune, and this force… Continue Reading