Bio

The Roseline is the musical moniker of singer/songwriter Colin Halliburton and a myriad collaborators. Five albums into their career, The Roseline has crafted a songbook that is at once familiar and singular. Halliburton began the project in Lawrence, KS in 2006 as an acoustic three-piece and it has since evolved into the six-piece, indie, heartland, Americana, folk-rock band of its current form. Kind foreign press and high charting on the Euro Americana Chart (Lust for Luster reached #2, and Blood reached #3), lead to a deal with the Dutch label, King Forward Records, which released Blood on October 6th, 2017. The band has also had the good fortune of getting sync placements in indie movies and major television shows such as ABC’s Nashville and Resurrection, as well as USA’s Queen of the South. The Roseline has been featured on/in NPR, Pop Matters, Bluegrass Situation, and No Depression. Halliburton also performs solo under The Roseline name and has spent much of 2017/18 on tour (including two European tours), promoting Blood. The band is returning to the studio in July 2019 to begin work on the follow-up to Blood.