Our music lives at the intersection of "Johnny and June" and "Trace and Wynonna."
Trader Bill and Suzie Sterling (Tall Timber) are close friends of ours. We love them, and we enjoyed mastering this album... "Cuttin' Up". They are one of the most unusual and entertaining acts in country music. Break a leg, you two. Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan
Ken Peade Bill and Suzie are great writers and performers. They are very entertaining. Peademont Entertainment "Tall Timber- Cuttin' Up"
"I closed my eyes and went a hundred years back to the rural South of gold diggers and lumberjacks. But although they sing also about the real life in America with a very good Southern sauce above it and this combination of simple lyrics and the nice female voice of Suzie in combination with the low male voice from T-Bill makes these two albums as pearls for someone who loves good, traditional country music. Very nice mixes, and the flow leave you wanting more." — Rudy Minnaert, Country Eagle
2013 has been a very special year for us with our induction into the "Independent Songwriters Hall of Fame" and the "Nebraska Country Music Foundation Hall of Fame."
Dressed in the past and adorned in the present, you hear the expression of love for music and performing in their show. T. Bill has lived music for many years. He has a passion for entertaining whether he is behind a drum kit, a microphone, a guitar or writing a song. His years in the studio and on tour have allowed him to work in many genres, with various artists and bands, always listening, always learning. His unique vocals set him apart from other artists.
Suzie has been with several bands as a touring performer, playing bass and guitar. She has captivated audiences across the country with her ability to deliver a song. Suzie attended the University of Indianapolis as a drama major and her subsequent successes in theater allow her to immerse herself into the lyrics of a song -- whether she is singing it or writing it.
Suzie and T. Bill have toured together from Florida to Wisconsin, North Dakota to New Mexico and all points in between. Whether the venue was The Orlando Civic Center, The Tampa Amphitheater, Indianapolis Air Show, Moe's Maverick, Montana Chad's, or The Lonesome Dove, large venues or small they have entertained and made many friends.