Fine Lines


Acoustic/folk roots/Americana band from Cheshire, England

Fine Lines

The Band will be releasing 'Bourbon Hymns'; an introduction to Fine Lines in early 2024 and are currently working on new material.

Championed by Matt Spracklen on Absolute Radio Country “A brilliant mix of amazing, rootsy, Americana, country goodness!” and Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music “They play like they mean it!” Fine Lines is a Cheshire based, British band that plays exquisite roots-infused Americana.

Started by singer-songwriter David Boardman in 2016, the band has built a deserved reputation with fans of authentic live music up and down the country. The debut album ‘Hour Of Need’ and follow up, ‘Gaslight Roses’, both received universally glowing reviews upon release in 2017 and 2019 respectively and they have been performing to increasingly larger and more appreciative audiences ever since including, festival appearances with Texas, Razorlight, folk rock giants Merry Hell, John Power (Cast) and Miles Hunt (Wonderstuff).

Their sound has echoes of Dylan & the Band, Gram Parsons and Bruce Springsteen, whilst maintaining a unique quality that is singularly their own. Centred around the twin vocals of Boardman and Zoe Blythe, the band is perfectly complimented by the fine playing of musicians Gary O’Brien (piano & Hammond organ), Emily Doggett (fiddle), Jim Broughton (bass) and BBC radio & TV presenter Mark Radcliffe (drums).

The band’s 3rd album ‘Deadbeat Lullabies’ and accompanying single and video ‘The Island’ was released in October 2021 featuring eleven tracks written by the band’s song writing partnership of Boardman and Radcliffe; David’s yearning melodies perfectly complimenting Mark’s nuanced, observational lyrics.

Highlights of the band’s career include a nationwide tour as special guests of The Kiefer Sutherland Band – playing extremely well received dates at iconic venues such as The Shepherds Bush Empire, gaining fabulous reviews for their upbeat and energetic sets and further supports to legends of Americana The Long Ryders.

Fine Lines are suitable for Country, Folk, Americana or mixed genre gigs and festivals. The band can perform in various combinations, from a 3-piece, up to a 7-piece.

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