KENOSHA ⏤ Good morning, fellow music lovers and supporters. Welcome to another round of #SaintsRadioSunday, this week featuring Lines of Loyalty.
Admittedly, this week is a little more intimate of a playlist, with one new contribution and recap of what we’ve received.
However, you should still pay attention to these Kenosha-area artists.
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Lines of Loyalty, formerly Mixed Company
While the COVID-19 era has forced venues to host more intimate, solo acoustic-style shows for now, one doesn’t need to look much further than Lines of Loyalty to remember Kenosha is also a hard rock town.Tweet
The band, formerly known as Mixed Company, consists of Nubz Morrison [vocals, guitar], Redo Ianni [bass, vocals, keys], and Shane Madsen [drums, percussion]. Madsen is well-known in the local music scene for giving drum lessons, as well as previously hosting open mics at Sazzy B and Rustic Road Brewing Co. in Downtown.
“Lines Of Loyalty maintain this level of commitment to both their craft and their mission.”
Further, its approach to music is to “deliver melodically magnetic rock anthems with unapologetic dedication and diligence,” they state.
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‘I’m Not The One’
Following the name change, on Feb. 19, Lines of Loyalty released the official music video for their single “I’m Not The One.”
The band has always been completely solid musically, and the production value on this initial video effort finally matches that.
There is a lot that can be written out right here concerning the many positives about the video, and also how impressive it is that it’s coming from Kenosha musicians.
However, instead, simply please watch it for yourself below.
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