On the opening track of the Linemen's first CD, the singer finds himself caught in a downward country spiral: There's no way out because he has too many goddamn records. "Through the night, through side one, through side two," Kevin Butterfield, the band's principal songwriter, croons on the chorus, as a room full of LPs spins him deeper and deepera into heartbreak. As he tells it, the girl next door, listening through the walls, knows every word to "Crazy Arms" even though she doesn't know Ray Price... More >>>
The Linemen: "I've seen honky-tonk bands. We don't do what they do."