Burlington, VT’s Starline Tempo Young boys play a hearty combination of basic nation, bluegrass, and vintage rock and roll & move. The group released its debut record, Better Luck Is really a Barroom Apart, in November of 2000. Sean Mencher from the rockabilly music group High Noon created your time and effort, which highlighted six originals by Starline upright bassist Billy Bratcher (that has toured with Wayne Hancock) and a small number of originals by famous brands Don Gibson, Johnny Salary, and Lattie Moore, amongst others. The alt-country journal No Melancholy has likened the album’s warm sound compared to that of George Jones’ star-filled, traditionalist-minded Bradley Barn Periods. The Starline Tempo Boys also contains lead vocalist/guitarist Danny Coane and guitarist/vocalist Al Lemery.