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Backline signs with Mountain Fever

Wednesday, December 26, 2018 – Mountain Fever Records has signed bluegrass band Backline, it was announced today.

Backline started in February 2016 and offer a modern traditional take on bluegrass music with most of the music being self-written.

The band is based out of Spartanburg, SC and is made up of five Katelyn Ingardia on lead vocal and guitar. Travis Tucker plays Dobro, Zachary Carter is on banjo, Milom Williams II provides the mandolin, and Jason Belue is on the bass. All members contribute vocals.

The band, which has recorded two albums, won the 2017 RenoFest Band Competition.

Most of the band's original content is written by Ingardia or other band members.

Williams is the newest addition to the band. He said, "I was flattered and genuinely excited when Backline approached me to become their newest member. And now I have that same excitement for Mountain Fever Records. We are grateful for this opportunity and truly excited to be the newest members of the Mountain Fever family."

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