“9/10” - Americana-UK

“5/5” - Rockfarbror.se

"#12 in the Top 120 Recordings of 2020" - Mark Manning; Wednesday Midday Medley 90.1 KKFI

"Top 10 Albums of the Year" Tim Finn; InKC Magazine

"Album of the Year" - Steven Routledge; Rockin The Suburbs

"Album of the Year" - CJ Janovy; Kansas Reflector

"...vivid, emotion-charged songwriting. Best New Music" - American Songwriter

“The Roseline produces minimalistic and windswept Americana indicative of their Heartland roots. There’s something more to their portfolio than another set of strong contributions to the alt-country scene.” – Pop Matters 

“Midwestern alt-country stalwarts… breezy, affectionate (and honest) blend of wit and melancholic twang” – No Depression 

“(The Roseline) has taken the fabric of country music and painted a colorful Americana mix of pure front porch, pulling at your heart strings, sincere country gold.” – Nashville Music Guide 

“Over the course of ten years and five albums, The Roseline has forged a sound that is at once familiar and singular.” – Americana UK 

“The new recordings feature The Roseline’s classic blend of wit and melancholic honesty, told from a perspective that is firmly rooted in 2017.” Folk Radio UK 

“He’s a master storyteller that draws you in and leaves you hanging on every word until a song fades away as gently as it started… the lyrics are so vivid and relatable it’s difficult to not get lost in them.” – I Heart Local Music 

“Blood is an album to reflect on, as you stare down the highway, windows open, on a cool Kansas afternoon. Highly recommended…” – Playlistplay 

“Colin Halliburton distills the essence of Midwestern sincerity as the Roseline. The unassuming voice and gentle country-rock of the singer/songwriter reflects the rugged independence and understated graciousness associated with his home state of Kansas.” - Ink Magazine 

“It’s poetic country with sublime melodies and haunting vocals.” – Diamond Deposits 

"9/10" - Americana UK

"A gorgeous assortment of songs that occupy sprawling territory vaguely dubbed Americana. The Roseline have forged their path with sharp songwriting, a soft-edged country mellow burnished to produce a warm glow with pedal steel, pretty piano, and Colin Halliburton's sweet, expressive voice. These songs will transport you." -Present Magazine

"The way Halliburton questions the persona he’s constructing as he’s constructing it, energizes the album, making it stand out. -Dave Heaton, KCUR 89.3

"Townie is really good. It’s full of very enjoyable and highly melodic alt.country & americana." -onechord.net 

"The Roseline have both emotion and depth. This is solid, smoky Americana." -John Mills, Happening Magazine 

“It’s kind of sick how good the band is… We highly endorse them.” -MTV2 Subterranean blog 

"Let me tell you, if you're a fan of the alt-country genre and you don't have this album in your collection then you should stop calling yourself a fan right now." - Parasite Gods

"The band's fourth release is their most fully realized, both sonically and lyrically. 'Townie' is both bleak and hopeful at once." -No Depression 

"4 stars ****" - altcountry.nl, rootstime.be, kindamusik.com 

Top 5 Albums of 2015 - Natalie Gallagher, Pitch Magazine 

Top 50 Albums of 2015 - Absolute Powerpop 

As heard on ABC's "Nashville" and "Resurrection", NPR's "All Songs Considered", USA's "Queen of the South", MTV’s “Teen Mom OG”, and Netflix’s “Virgin River”.