You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.
18 year old Edward Hartline's bluesy folk songs seem to come from the heart and voice of an older man as he weaves emotional pictures of life, love, and loss that cross all borders.
Edward began writing songs at age 11, initially influenced by Don McLean and The Monkees, and later by Elliott Smith and Johnny Cash.
Edward has been one of the most requested artists on FearlessRadio.com. Two demo songs reached number 2, and remained in the Top 25 for over six months. 'You're To Blame', the first single from his debut CD, Candy for Bread Map, hit number 1 in only six weeks of rotation. He can also be heard on Jango, Spotify, Rdio, BlazeRadio.org, WGMURadio.com, ChessboardRadio.com, IndieArtistRadio.net, RickCarterRadio.com, BirminghamMountainRadio 97.3 WZNN-HD2, AcousticPie.com, 411Underground.com and ButterfliesRadio.com in the U.S., KrystalRadio.net in the UK, and on the syndicated Justin Sane Show.
His song 'Waffles at One' is on the soundtrack of the 2011 Richmond 48 Hour Film Festival entry, "Samsara".
Independent Music News included ‘You’re to Blame’ on its Folk Artists 2012 compilation album, and he released 2 more EPs, hartline. and Lost, in 2013
Edward's music is available for purchase through iTunes, CD Baby, Bandcamp, Amazon, as well as his website. Free downloads of some songs may be found on Soundcloud and NoiseTrade.