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Jim Salestrom
(Lead vocals, backup vocals, acoustic and electric rhythm guitars, banjo)

Jim and his older brother Chuck formed Timberline, featuring Jim as lead singer and primary songwriter.  Through the 1980's Jim traveled with Dolly's band as a singer and musician, playing acoustic, electric and high-string guitars as well as the banjo. He continues to perform full time around the world including Brazil, Argentina, Scotland, Ireland, England, Australia, Germany and Singapore, and has built a loyal following in the Colorado Rockies, which he calls home with his wife Pam and their two children Casey and James.

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Chuck Salestrom
(Bass, backup vocals)

Along with performing in the band, Chuck was also the road manager and often took care of not only the band, and the sound, but the band's 1957 4104 Greyhound Bus. Today, Chuck continues to live in west central Nebraska where he is administrator with the Mid-Plains Community College Area. Chuck and Kristi, his wife of over 25 years, have two kids - Joshua, who is about to complete a degree at the University of Nebraska, and has dreams of playing music professionally, and Jennifer who is currently enrolled at Mid-Plains in primary education. Recently, Chuck began playing with "Chance" - a long-time fixture in the music scene in western Nebraska and he still occasionally performs with his brother Jim.

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Dugg Duggan
(Lead guitar, mandolin, harmonica, backup vocals)

Dugg produced the demos for Timberline which helped CBS Epic Records discover the band and he co-wrote several of the songs on the album. Dugg is currently teaching audio/video at the Colorado Institute of Art. He also continues to produce/engineer music in Colorado and performs in places like London, Singapore and Bali, as well as Colorado with Jim.

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Craig Link
(Drums and percussion, backup vocals)

Is originally from Broken Bow Nebraska and joined Timberline in 1973. Craig has a background in big band, jazz and rock and continues to play through out the Midwest with various groups when he's not at his real job as the Managing Sales Director for convention business at the Ramada Inn in Kearney Nebraska.

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Bill Howland
(Piano, electric piano, organ, backup vocals)

Bill Howland was a theatre major at Kearney State College, where Jim and Chuck Salestrom first met him. They toured Nebraska together in the college choir. Bill had a brilliant, intelligent wit, and wrote "190 Miles Of Depression Blues" which was included on "The Great Timber Rush" album. Bill majored in journalism at the University Of Nebraska at Lincoln. He was a huge railroad buff and, after college, went to Chicago to work for the railroad. Anita Howland, Bill's stepmother, says, "He was one of the most loving, considerate and thoughtful children a Mom could ever raise." Bill passed away in 1988 after a long illness.

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