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Frankie Boots And The County Line

Frankie Boots And The County Line are a folk rock/Americana band roaring out of the San Francisco Bay Area with a penchant for painting vivid images of late nights, lost love, and the grittier side of life. Towards the end of the last decade Frank gave up a promising career in the illustrious world of bartending to pursue a life of even longer nights and shorter tempers in the music industry. The cosmos, in their infinite wisdom, soon sent him The County Line and their visceral sound sprung from a primordial soup of horns, pedal steel guitar, banjo, mandolin, keys, guitars, bass, and drums. Whether it be country, rock, blues, gospel, bluegrass, or any other true form of great American music, the band throws it all into the recipe for a dish that’s always served hot. Frankie Boots And The County Line’s captivating live performances keep a crowd jumping and their magnetic songs earned them the North Bay Bohemian’s award for best Country/Americana band in the Bay Area for 2013. In the spring of that same year they spent two weeks in Santa Fe, New Mexico recording their new self-titled LP which was released to much acclaim on October 15th. This summer and fall they will embark upon a nation wide tour to spread the gospel of Frankie Boots And The County Line and look forward to making both new friends and fans alike across the country. They have played alongside some of the biggest names in the industry including Robert Earl Keen, Lukas Nelson, Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Justin Townes Earle, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Drag The River, Cake, and many more. [+]