StateLine

StateLine

 McHenry, Illinois, USA
BandCountryRock

Current country hits! Chart-topping country songs from the 90’s and 2000’s! Classic country as far back as the 60’s! Timeless classic and southern rock! Rich vocal harmonies! This is what you get when you hear StateLine perform.

Biography

StateLine is a band comprised of four members, each of whom bring their own uniqueness and talent that combine to create music that is recognizable, energetic, emotional and sure to entertain. Influenced by such artists as Restless Heart, Desert Rose Band, Elton John, Boston, Kenny Rogers, Paul McCartney Zac Brown Band, and Garth Brooks, the music StateLine performs is equally as diverse as their influences. Drums, bass guitar and electric guitar provide the traditional country music foundation, with multiple keyboards adding fullness and diversity to the songs. You may even pick out a harmonica, a fiddle, organs or even conga drums! Add to all of this the sounds of rich three-part and four-part harmonies and you have a formula for music that goes beyond what other bands do.
StateLine strives to keep their song list filled with many of the day’s current charting country hits. If the party is rockin’ into the late hours you can be sure StateLine will keep people on the dance floor with high-energy rock and roll and classic sing-a-long hits.
Consider StateLine for your club, festival, party, wedding, or other special event for an evening of great country music and more!

Set List

Set lists include:
She's Country
One More Drinkin' Song
Drift Away
As She's Walking Away
Callin' Baton Rouge
Beer in Mexico
I Left Somethin' Turned On (at Home)
Big Green Tractor
Southern Voice
All About Tonight
Folsom Prison Blues
Ain't Goin Down (Till the Sun Comes Up)
Lover Lover
Margaritaville
Red Dirt Road
Brown Eyed Girl
Chicken Fried
Long Train Runnin'
Life in the Fast Lane
One More Last Chance
Gettin' You Home
Alright
Hummingbird
Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer
Liza Jane
Amarillo By Morning
Shoulda Been a Cowboy
Sold
The Dance
Sweet Home Alabama
You Never Even Call Me By My Name