Static Line is punk rock with authentically deep country, blues, and rockabilly roots. Just think, if Johnny Cash or Eddie Cochrane had been born in the 80's, they would probably play this music!
They are South Dakota's fastest rising Christian rock band. The band is willing to play any stage, from your youth group's worship event or fund raiser all the way to Christian music festivals and more. They're professional and comfortable doing anything from leading worship, playing covers, and opening for national acts.
Static Line has shared the stage with many artists such as Spoken, High Flight Society, The Switch (Kids), Seventh Day Slumber, Eleventyseven, Everfound, and many more to come!
Price Range: $600 and up
Static Line is able to provide their own sound and lighting production is needed.
Technical/hospitality rider available and constantly updated, including stage plot/input list.
Prefers to travel over-the-road nationally, and will seek to add shows to an established tour.
Willing to play fly-in dates on a case by case basis.
Plays sets from single 20 min openings to 2 hour worship set, to multiple set gigs such as youth conventions.
Can incorporate many Christian worship songs and Christian music covers to accommodate each gig individually.
Very professional and respectful demeanor on and off stage.
The guys usually like to hang out and get to the know all the stage hands, crew, and everyone helping with each concert, not just the fans.
Willing to be headliner of your event, or even just an opener to fill time.
The show is very energetic and gets the crowd involved, its a very hard act to follow! :)
“With all the on stage attitude and classic punk rock riffs of yesterday, Static Line makes you feel like you're seeing some of your favorite bands for the first time. From poppy songs in the vein of Blink 182 to swaggering, staggering, cowpunk riffs like Social Distortion, Static Line delivers dynamically and seamlessly. They are always willing to mingle with anyone and everyone off stage. The band really enjoys people, and that comes through off stage as well as on [stage].”
|Jerry Banley||Lead singer, guitarist|