Borderline is a high energy country group that originated in the St. Louis Metro Area in the late 1990’s. Since that time Borderline has been performing at fairs, festivals, clubs, and special events throughout the Mid-West. In October 2007, Borderline was named the top country group in St. Louis, Missouri by Bonneville Radio Group.
Borderline has shared the stage with several national touring acts including The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Shenandoah, Lonestar, Joe Nichols, Mark Wills, X-Factor Winner Tate Stevens, Little Texas, Emerson Drive, Josh Gracin, Phil Vassar, Jamie O'Neal, David Nail, Trace Adkins, Sawyer Brown, and Randy Owen of ALABAMA as well as performed at larger venues throughout the Mid-West such as the IL State Fair, Fair St. Louis, Gateway International Raceway, and Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. Borderline has also been featured on "Today in St. Louis" on KSDK Channel 5, entertained thousands at the Stan Musial Golf Classic, been featured on News Channel 11 in St. Louis, MO as well as performed for over 20,000 fans at the Illinois-Missouri Dodge Gateway 250 Busch Series NASCAR race 3 times.
Borderline currently plays today’s top country hits, as well as classic country songs you know and love, and several classic rock favorites. Borderline also performs original songs I Know What Redneck Is, We’re Gonna Make It to the Top, and more. Borderline is a group of true professionals on and off the stage and is able to adapt their show to fit any audience and almost any budget.