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I’m very excited to be able to share this music with everyone.

I’ve been working on it for a good two years and about two dozen talented people have helped in one way or another. I’m very much grateful for all these contributions.

Special thanks to Jim Hurst for the endorsement, Jeanette Williams for the album title and great vocals especially on track 6. Johnny Williams for all expert guidance … Wesley Easter for his most skillful studio engineering… Debbie  Durant for all the unseen work that is so essential. All the players, singers and those that gave guidance and helpful suggestions.
I’m hoping you will give us a listen… buy a CD… if you like it, share it with someone. It’s also available on iTunes… Amazon… and Tiktok.. maybe a few other places.
Catch me at a show and we can work something out.

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“I am enamoured with Roger Cline and this “So InClined” CD, and I don’t often say that about any recordings I hear – especially from artists and songwriters who are not [yet] household names. The songs, the performances, the arrangements and the set of songs make this project top-notch. Roger’s writing is inviting and allows for the listener to be immersed in the scenes and melodies as if they are right there with Roger as he performs them. The clear tones and note choices, to me, are just right and I want to play and sing along with the CD.
Highlights (if I had to choose):
Why Do You Treat Him Like You Do’ – kinda speaking to Christians;
Lover’s Moon‘ – just listen, you’ll know; and,
At Journey’s End‘ – Jeanette Williams’s voice is as beautiful as the song.
Sit back, close your eyes, enjoy “So InClined” and spread the word about Mr. Roger Cline!
--Jim Hurst

Guitarist, songwriter, entertainer, www.jimhurst.com



Roger Cline: all leads except 6
Tom Beers: harmony on 5
Colleen Craven: harmony on 10
Debbie Durant: harmony on 5, 8
Jeanette Williams: lead on 6, harmony on 1, 2, 11
Johnny Williams: harmony on 1, 11


Roger Cline: guitar all, mandolin 5, 10
Tom Beers: mandolin on 5
John Boulding: dobro 1, 3, 7, 9, 11
Colleen Craven: rhythm guitar 10, 12
Debbie Durant: upright bass 1, 3, 5, 8, 11
Michael Gaudreau: bodhran 12, strumstick and bones 10
Nick Goad: mandolin on 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 11
Billy Hawks: fiddle 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11
Tom Hensler: upright bass 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12
Dennis Hertzog: fiddle 5, 10, 12
Jody King: banjo 8
Andy McIntyre: bass 10
John Scott Walker: banjo 1, 5



Eastwood Studio, all except 10;
Forest Hill Studio, portions of 8, 10;
Omni One Productions, 10;
Cline Home Studio, portions of 4, 10, 5

Mixing and Mastering:
Eastwood Studio, all


Photos: Cory (Cline) Pfeffer
Graphic Design and Layout: Doug Behr



Many talented people added dimension to this project and are noted on the tracks for their contributions. I’m grateful for their time and effort in cultivating an even better sound that I previously could only imagine.

Special thanks to Jeanette Williams for her lovely uplifting vocal on “At the Journey’s End”, and to David Lookingbill for composing the truly inspired lyrics.

Johnny Williams has my deep gratitude for producing this project. He and Wesley Easter worked as a well-oiled studio team in getting the best sounds and performances from us all.

Besides her bass and vocal talents, Debbie Durant contributed in countless ways to bring this project to life.

I am indebted to all these folks, my family, and those that gave encouragement and support over the years.