Borderline is a Bucks County bluegrass trio that is known for its hard-driving instrumentals and tight, three-part harmonies. From driving tunes like Rosanne Cash’s “My Baby Thinks He’s a Train” to Linda Ronstadt’s sweet ballad “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore,” Borderline plays from the heart and keeps its audience engaged. The band includes:
- Bob Sutor, who has been playing five-string banjo for nearly 40 years and was a band member at the American Music Theater. Sutor is known for his hot banjo solos and creative playing in overdrive.
- Terry Sutor, whose exceptional voice has the power for that high lonesome sound in traditional bluegrass and the lilting softness for ballads or gospel. Her bass playing is the backbone of the group.
- Bob Harris, a jaw-dropping guitar wizard and an international flat-picking champion who performed with the great Vassar Clements for 15 years.
Learn more about the night of music and how to get tickets at The Newtown Theatre.