Bio

The Roseline (pronounced rose like the flower, line like a straight line) is a band from Lawrence, Kansas USA. Seven albums into their career, they have crafted a songbook that is at once familiar and singular. Founder and songwriter, Colin Halliburton, began the project as an acoustic folk trio, and it has since evolved into the five-piece Americana rock band of its current form. Kind foreign press and high charting on the Euro Americana Chart ('Lust for Luster', 'Blood', 'GOOD/GRIEF', and 'Constancy' all charted in the top ten), led to a deal in the Benelux with Dutch label, King Forward Records. The band also released one album, 'Vast as Sky’ (2012), with the Bay Area label Ninth Street Opus (home to Sarah Lee Guthrie and Carrie Rodriguez). 

The Roseline has had the good fortune of landing sync placements in indie movies and major network television shows such as ABC’s 'Nashville' and 'Resurrection', as well as USA’s 'Queen of the South', Netflix’s ‘Virgin River’, and MTV’s ‘Teen Mom’. The Roseline has been featured on/in NPR, Pop Matters, American Songwriter, The Bluegrass Situation, and No Depression, among others. Halliburton also performs solo under The Roseline moniker and has embarked on two European tours thus far.  The band recently returned from their second tour in Scandinavia with help from Rootsy Music (Jason Isbell, American Aquarium, John Prine, Justin Townes Earle).

The band will close out 2022 by releasing a couple brand new singles they're very excited about -- "Hot Dice" and "Saber Rattlers". Stay tuned...