Above photo taken of Travis Meadows at The Listening Room in Mobile, AL (Photo by Stephen Anderson; Design by J. Cole)
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Most Recent Articles:
- Oh, Jeremiah: The Other End of Passing Time – A Music Spotlight
- Coconut Moonshine: Remembering Mr. Jim (an article by Cynthia Thamert)
- The Listening Room Takes Its Place in the Gulf Coast Music Scene
- The Southland Music Line 2016: A Year in Music (So Far) – The Travels of The Line’s Johnny Cole
- Willie Sugarcapps Returns with “Paradise Right Here”
- Escondido: From The Ghost of Escondido to Walking with a Stranger – The Nashville Duo Continues to Shine Brightly
- South By Southwest 2016: The Line Returns to Austin for Another Year “Page One”
- South By Southwest 2016: The Line Returns to Austin for Another Year “Page Two”
- Americana in Mississippi Tour Featuring The Jericho Road Show
- The Highly Anticipated Return of Kristin Diable to Callaghan’s in Mobile, AL
- Baldwin County Public Records Showcases Its Talent at The Frog at Blue Moon Farm
- The Southland Music Line 2015: Favorite Albums, Shows & Live Music Venues according to Johnny Cole, Stephen Anderson and Robby Amonett (also links to Johnny Cole’s Complete & Extended Lists)
- The Southland Music Line 2015 – Johnny Cole: A Year in Travelin’ and 300+ Shows
- The Southland Music Line 2015 – A Year in Review
- The Southland Music Line 2015 – Stephen Anderson: A Year in Photos
- The Southland Music Line 2015 – Robby Amonett: A Year in Music-Inspired Art
- Readers’ Choice Awards 2015
- The Mulligan Brothers – 2015 Music Artist of the Year
Spotlight Music of the Month
“The Other End of Passing Time” by Oh, Jeremiah
Last Month’s Spotlight Music
“Midwest Farmer’s Daughter” by Margo Price
Margo Price delivers one of the best reasons to cheer in 2016 when it comes to providing such a winning album. “Midwest Farmer’s Daughter”, Price’s solo debut, is exactly what the good doctor ordered for those craving an alternative to the more often than not cookie cut pressed records that’s been coming out of Nashville in recent years. Thank God, she is one of a select group of artists willing to challenge the establishment. Her album was brilliantly recorded at Jack White’s studios at Third Man. Margo Price is right for our time and her authentic style of country is exactly what is needed.
What other’s are saying about Margo Price:
Rolling Stone Country calls her “a fixture of the East Nashville music community.” She appeared on that publication’s list of Country Artists You Need to Know in 2014
Fellow Nashville musician (and a favorite of ours) Aaron Lee Tasjan calls her “a singular and vital part of this scene, as a thing unto herself.
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Two years ago, we at The Southland Music Line began recognizing devoted music enthusiasts as Music Fans of the Month. Our second recipient of this title went to Glenda Stabler Campbell and last month we named her sister, Brenda Stabler Morley as our choice for fan of the month. This month we are highlighting their good friend and fellow member of “The Duhs”, Linda Simmons Shelby. The Duhs (GlenDA, BrenDA and LinDA) are three of the most loyal supporters of the local music scene along the Gulf Coast. They have also been known to travel great lengths to support some of the region’s most treasured music artists like Grayson Capps. It’s an easy choice this month to choose Linda for her true love of great music.
The “Duhs” (from Left); Brenda Stabler, Glenda Stabler Campbell and Linda Simmons Shelby
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