Live and In Person:

Howdy Fans, Friends and all Folks in general - we hope each and every one of you is well and doin' everything you can to keep your spirits up during this "we never thought we'd see it in our lifetime" corona virus pandemic.  We know it's been hard on everyone an' certainly for entertainers.  Our last gig was back on Sept 18, Big Al's (aka Otis) birthday and we currently have no solidly booked gigs until May 22, 2021 but even by then we're gonna have to see where this whole thing is.  Hopefully, we can get back in to the swing of things next summer an' we'll certainly keep ya posted if that happens.   We can say that us playin' any ski area or nightclub this winter is totally out of the question, so it's "Home for the Winter" an' I guess we'll just work on our playin' an' learnin' new material.   We would add that Al had very successful hip re-replacement surgery back on Oct 21 an' should be good ta go reasonably soon, but, again no gigs!  So, once again, we wanta thank you all for your long-time, on-going appreciation and support an' we wanta wish each and every one of you the Best for New Year 2021 under these circumstances.  Be safe and well and please don't hesitate to keep in touch via our email if ya have a mind to. 

The Starline Rhythm Boys


"These boys remind me of the good old days, with a sound that's between Memphis and Nashville.  Its good, clean and from the heart - and nowadays that's fresher."
-Vassar Clements
"This is the Real Deal. The Starline Rhythm Boys know how to make it rock and let it swing.  They dish it out full strength, adult dosage.  I'll take all of this I can get."
-Bill Kirchen
"The subjects of these songs - sin, salvation, family farms, women, drunk tanks, job layoffs, diners, and dearly departed friends - are songs by and for the people.  There is no pretension or rock star attitude in what you boys are laying down, just straightforward songs from the heart that are some of the best newly written and recorded country songs since the giants of country music have gone to rockabilly heaven."
-Deke Dickerson


2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 - Seven Days Daysie Best Americana/Country Artist Group, Burlington, VT

2016 - Ameripolitan Music Awards nominee for Best Honky Tonk Group, Austin, TX

2002, 2007, 2009 - Freeform American Roots chart #1 Album of the Year, Austin, TX