Rangeline defines their sound as “Pan-American” country - blending the sounds of Nashville, the Texas/Red Dirt scene and Americana, among other influences. The Joplin, MO, based duo was formed in late 2019 after founding members Thaddaeus Morton and Corey Reagin relocated from Montana and Georgia, respectively. Morton and Reagin offer up conversational lyrics with drum-tight harmonies supported by twangy hooks and b-bender riffs to create a sound all their own. Rangeline has logged over 400 shows while touring extensively throughout the Southern U.S.
Rangeline has released 2 studio singles to date - "One More Round" and "Chainsmokin'" - with 2 more studio singles and a Live EP slated for 2024.
Along the way, Rangeline has shared the stage with artists such as: Alana Springsteen, Shane Smith & The Saints, Tanner Usrey, Josh Meloy, Shenandoah, Trey Lewis, Uncle Lucius, Vincent Neil Emmerson, Autumn Ragland, and more.
“If you're someone like me who nearly pukes every time they hear 'Top 40' country radio, you need to listen to Rangeline. Those guys are doing it right. ” - Drew Cobb
— KECO 96.5 Elk City
“Your new favorite band. A mix of 90s country with modern Red Dirt. Some of the hardest working dudes we know” - Sam Cox
— Independent Musicians Guide Podcast
“What I was impressed with [the most] was their harmony and playing skills. I was equally impressed with the maturity of their song writing for such young singer-songwriters. Keep Rangeline on your radar…You won’t be disappointed.” - Bill Wilhoite
— KNON 89.3 Dallas
“A breath of fresh air in country music. [Rangeline] combines lyrical genius with incredible musical ability to create songs that anyone...would love.” - Casey Budge
— Western Sounds Podcast