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Melissa & The Dr and Friends
22 May 2022
Both Sides of the Line
29 May 2022
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26 June 2022
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10 July 2022
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31 July 2022
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7 August 2022
Robert Milne
14 August 2022
Butter Wouldn't Melt
21 August 2022
Accordion Crimes
28 August 2022
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We Mavericks
11 September 2022
Both Sides of the Line
Sunday, May 29, 2022

Starts 7:30 pm


​Both Sides of the Line formed in 2009 in Dunedin, NZ, by John Sule and Glenda Rogers. Over its 13 year history the band has seen several changes in line-up, but in 2022 is joined by the talented Stephen Hudson (drums) and Chris Hudson (bass)  

“The band has a loose, jaunty and upbeat style with catchy, unpretentious songs played against Glenda

Rogers’ earthy, heart-felt vocals” (Jeremy Quinn, ODT)“…guitar-driven tunes that highlight the slick playing of key song-writer John Sule” (Shane Gilchrist, ODT)

Style: Retro-pop/surf/ rockabilly

Influences: Wanda Jackson, Carl Perkins, Imelda May, Barbara Pittman, EilenJewel, Nancy Sinatra, Tami Neilson, B52s, Buddy Holly. 

Discography:

 5, August, 2012. (EP)

Sideshow, 2013 (album)

Party Line! 2016 (album)

Dangerous! September 2019 (album)  

Peace, March 2021 (single)

I love my dahlias May 2021 (single)

Time Enough for Love, December 2021 (single)

 

The albums were recorded and mastered at Arthouse Media in Dunedin by Paul Sammes, and mixed by Phil Rogers at Downstairs Studio

Music also available on Spotify, itunes and Apple Music

Website: https://bsotline.wixsite.com/bsotlineBandcamp: https://bothsidesoftheline.bandcamp.com/



$15 public
$10 members

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