Sideline Breaks to the Edge Mountain Home SidelineBG.com Having started to fill side gigs during bluegrass shoulder season, Sideline is headed toward a second decade for full-time members Steve Dilling, Jason Moore, and Skip Cherryholmes. Unfortunately, their sidemen roster has proven to be significantly less stable. Breaks to the Edge was recorded with Troy Boone… Continue reading Sideline- Breaks to the Edge review
My review of the very well-intended and expertly executed benefit disc for the IBMA Trust Fund is up at Country Standard Time/Fervor Coulee Bluegrass. I certainly think the album is more than worth your time.
Sideline Front and Center Mountain Home Music Company Well, there’s thirteen hundred and fifty two Guitar pickers in Nashville And they can pick more notes than the number of ants On a Tennessee ant hill… –John Sebastian, 1966 The same could be said for North Carolina, home base of Sideline. With three… Continue reading Sideline- Front and Center review
Sideline has a new album coming soon. Entitled Front and Center, the album will serve as the group’s first for Mountain Home and I am fortunate to have a copy in-hand. The album has at least five top-notch songs that I can recall after only a pair of listens. The best may be one entitled “Lysander… Continue reading New bluegrass from Sideline
Two recently written reviews have been posted over at the Lonesome Road Review. The Pine Hearts are an acoustic trio from Washington (http://lonesomeroadreview.com/2013/10/01/distant-lights-by-the-pine-hearts/) and Sideline is Steve Dilling’s side project (http://lonesomeroadreview.com/2013/10/01/session-1-by-sideline/). Both albums arrived in my mailbox unheralded, but have received numerous plays in my truck and while working in the evenings. Thanks for visiting Fervor… Continue reading The Pine Hearts & Sideline albums reviewed