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The Blueliners / Press

“People always ask The Blueliners if they’re named after a line on Chicago’s “El” railway. They’re not. Instead, the band takes its name from the blue lines representing back roads on highway maps, and it’s a perfect moniker for the rock trio, which take its cues from America’s long road of music history. Check out a live set and you might here earnest, country-twanged blues followed by labyrinth prog rock or a footstomping throwdown jam — with a cover of Edgar Winter Group’s Frankenstein, complete with the spacey experimental freakout, worked in for good measure. “The one thing we try to do with our originals is have no two sound alike stylistically. So we're not just a jam band or a rock band. We play anything. Fast, slow, instrumental, bluegrass-y, acoustic, jazzy, country,” said lead singer and guitarist Joe Lottino, 31. “We also try to not let the fact that we're only a three-piece limit what we'll try to play.” And you’d be hard-pressed to hear w”