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Sugar Lime Blue / Bio


Americana Music Association Recording Artist, Sugar Lime Blue, is truly a genre crossing band as proven by the title track, off of their sophmore release "Move That Earth", currently a top 50 radio single in the country genre as reported by Spins Tracking System(STS/New Music Weekly). Sugar Lime Blue is redefining Americana, drawing from the 3 main American stylings of Jazz, Blues and Country, to create a purely unique sound. Classic Rock, Blues, and Traditional Country are all part of a musical offering that draws from the best of the familiar past with a twist of something new for the modern listener. Pull up a chair, lend an ear and get lost in the smooth grooves, winding musical passages and lilting vocals that is Sugar Lime Blue.

Sugar Lime Blue has performed at many different venues including coffee houses, clubs, restaurants, farmers markets, wineries and more logging hundreds of tour dates. Sugar Lime Blue has played festivals with attendance up to 6,500 people and in such locations regionally as Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, Knoxville, Clarksville, Louisville, Charlotte, Greensboro and more. Since the release of their debut album "Far From the Tree" SLB has been garnering praise in music magazines, review and blog sites, as well as receiving airplay on FM stations and local TV broadcasts. With the release of the bands second album "Move That Earth" that trend has continued as the title cut has begun to chart nationally.

General Info

Band Members
Ashley Beth - Vocals, David Beth - Electric Guitar, Russ Dean - Bass/Vocals
Artist Name
Sugar Lime Blue
Home Page
Active Since
Americana / Jam Band / Roots Rock/Blues Rock

Contact Info

Lebanon, TN

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