Americana Music Show’s Best of 2014 list is out. Come check out the top forty albums submitted to the show this year! Lots of great music on this list!
Alan and Chad Edwards of the Loudermilks play tracks from their band’s debut album and talk about the new band name and writing really sad music. Also on this episode, country rock from Jonathan Byrd, old school blues from Dave Ray, revival string band music from Luke Winslow-King, honkytonk from JP Harris and the Tough Choices, anthem rock from NQ Arbuckle, a crooner from Emma Swift, jump blues from Macavine Hayes, and 30’s era blues from Dom Flemons.
Interview and music from The Loudermilks + win a pair of tix to see The Wood Brothers! Monday September 15th at 9pm EDT (UTC/GMT-4)
“Quite Honestly” is, in my opinion, the linchpin track of The Loudermilks self-titled debut album and the best example of Chad and Alan Edwards’ new sound.
The Loudermilks debut self-titled album is full of feel-good, world-weary country rock with the occasional sound so old-school brother harmony acts.