“The Line Appreciates Our Contributors” by Johnny Cole

The Southland Music Line began five years ago when Robby Amonett, Stephen Anderson and I set out to document our combined experiences as we continued a pilgrimage in search of great music across the South and abroad. Over the course of these few years we have, for a huge part,… Continue Reading

The Southland Music Line 2016: A Year in Review

Next Page > 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 The Southland Music Line wants to thank our readers, friends, associates and fellow music fans for making 2016 such a wonderful year. Stephen Anderson, Robby Amonett and I appreciate the many good… Continue Reading

The Southland Music Line 2016: Robby Amonett – A Year in Music-Inspired Art

< Previous | Next Page > 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 . “A live music event doesn’t seem official until Robby Amonett shows up.” – This is a common statement said about the gifted artist whom has become a much loved figure along… Continue Reading

The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm: Friends Express Their Appreciation

The Frog Pond at Blue Moon Farm has grown into something quite magical, now in its sixth and wonderful year. It provides proof that dreams can come true. Music enthusiast Cathe Steele had a vision to open a place on her farm where musicians and fans could come together in… Continue Reading

The Southland Music Line 2015 – Robby Amonett: A Year in Music Inspired Art

                                                                                                                                                                                (above photo:©Fred Salinas Photography) Since Robby Amonett, Stephen Anderson and I first formed The Southland Music Line, we have seen and/or discussed an unlimited amount of music. Robby Amonett sees approximately 250 shows each year and paints the musicians at each and every show. Often these… Continue Reading

James McMurtry Live at The Merry Widow in Mobile, Alabama

A few months ago, word spread of a new music venue on the horizon in Mobile, AL. The Southland Music Line was excited about the news.  We always look forward to opportunities of seeing great music at a variety of quality venues – hope was The Merry Widow would be… Continue Reading

Coastal Noise Goes Live at The Shed with Bluesman Wes Lee

The Southland Music has enjoyed a good relationship with Stefan Lawson and Coastal Noise since the beginning of 2015. We have traveled and seen lots of great music together and, hopefully this is only the beginning. Lawson is a musician, photographer, blogger and host of the highly successful podcast “Coastal… Continue Reading

Concert for the Coast: Celebrating Ten Years of Recovery from Hurricane Katrina

The hours before making her dramatic and ferocious landfall along Mississippi Gulf Coast and prior to New Orleans’ levees breaking and flooding the city, Hurricane Katrina with its then Category 5 force winds spun out of control taking target on a course that would forever change the lives of hundreds… Continue Reading