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The Loudermilks

US Charlotte, NC Americana / Alt.Country / Folk Rock

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Sounds Like: The Jayhawks, Wilco, Son Volt, Dawes, Deer Tick

Manager: Head On Management & Booking

Bio: After more than a decade fronting Charlotte, NC's critically acclaimed alt. country pioneers, Lou Ford, brothers Alan & Chad Edwards return with a new take on their signature "rural pop" sound. Ever-present are the sibling harmonies, guitar chops, and hook-heavy songwriting that No Depression sai... See Full Bio

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The Loudermilks has a show on 04/29/2014 at 09:00 PM @ Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/276493320 #concert

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  • Bill Abernathy (Artist) Bill Abernathy
    Really enjoyed the songs "quite honestly"
  • Mike Vinson (Artist) Mike Vinson
    Enjoyed listening to "Quite Honestly". Great vocals and musicianship. Wishing you much success.
  • Jeff Mix (Artist) Jeff Mix
    Great playing on, Quiet honestly
  • LOST CITY BAND (Artist) LOST CITY BAND
    Superb vocals, great tracks !!! Peace, LCB/jeffrey
  • BadgerStatic (Artist) BadgerStatic
    Cool vocals and tunes!
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Q: how could i have your cds here in italy? vittorio
A: Thanks for your interest, Vittorio! We are working on our first album, currently. It should be available on iTunes, etc. in September. Meanwhile, check out Chad & Alan's old band: Lou Ford. They have 2 albums available on iTunes: "sad, but familiar," and "Alan Freed's Radio." Thanks! The Loudermilks

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Sat Jun 01 2013

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