|26.01.19||Heswall Hall (w/Merry Hell)||Heswall||Info|
|23.02.19||Philharmonic Hall (w/Merry Hell)||Liverpool||Tickets|
|09.03.19||The Little Theatre||Knutsford||Tickets|
|16.03.19||Night & Day (w/Merry Hell)||Manchester||Tickets|
|23.03.19||Scout & Guide HQ||Sutton nr. Macclesfield||Info|
|29.03.19||St. Mary's Creative Space (w/Merry Hell)||Chester||Tickets|
|30.03.19||Cluny 2 (w/Merry Hell)||Newcastle-upon-Tyne||Tickets|
|31.03.19||The Hut (w/Merry Hell)||Goathland, Yorkshire||Tickets|
About Fine Lines
Fine Lines is a project started by singer/songwriter David Boardman in 2016. A long time lover of all things folky and rootsy, David has been writing acoustic based music for many years and has now collected those songs under the banner of Fine Lines.
Influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan & The Band, John Martyn and Mercury era Rod Stewart and also modern day Troubadours such as Ray La Montagne and Ryan Adams, these stripped back, mature songs deal in heartbreak and soul baring. Centred around the core duo of David and co-vocalist Zoe Blythe and accompanied by Gary O’Brien on keyboards, Emily Doggett on fiddle, Alex Berry on bass and Mark Radcliffe on drums, these fine songs shine through.
In their short time together, Fine Lines have already played with the likes of folk giants Merry Hell, Mark Radcliffe’s Galleon Blast, Razorlight, Miles Hunt (Wonderstuff) and John Power (The La’s/Cast). The band’s John Kettle produced debut album ‘Hour Of Need’ is OUT NOW on Parade Recordings and they will be playing live throughout the UK.