Calendar

9/22/19

The Joint Next Door

7pm - 9pm

Fairview NC

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9/22/19

The Joint Next Door


7pm - 9pm

Fairview NC

9/28/19

The Train Depot

7pm - 9pm

Lawrenceville GA

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9/28/19

The Train Depot


7pm - 9pm

Lawrenceville GA

10/2/19

The Neighborhood Theater

7pm - 10pm

Charlotte NC

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10/2/19

The Neighborhood Theater

w/ Sierra Ferrell

7pm - 10pm

Charlotte NC

10/5/19

The Callaboose

6pm - 8pm

Andrews NC

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10/5/19

The Callaboose


6pm - 8pm

Andrews NC

10/12/19

Roadmasters Stage

7pm - 10pm

Black Mountain NC

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10/12/19

Roadmasters Stage

w/ Morgan Geer (Drunken Prayer)

7pm - 10pm

Black Mountain NC

More Events

A. Lee Edwards // Watch ‘em fall

"How Does It Feel" // The Cave, Chapel Hill

Lou Ford // Sad, but familiar

The Loudermilks // To no one

Lou Ford // What am I to you

Chocolate USA // Playing in the mud

w/ Jeff Mangum (Neutral Milk Hotel) and Julian Koster (the Music Tapes)

Lou Ford // Live @ Snug Harbor

A. Lee Edwards // Snug Harbor // Charlotte NC

Bio

A. Lee Edwards (Alan Edwards) was a member of Chocolate U.S.A., Bar None Records, in NYC and Athens GA, along with Julian Koster (The Music Tapes, Neutral Milk Hotel), before forming Lou Ford in Charlotte with brother Chad Edwards in 1995. Lou Ford released 3 albums beginning with ‘Sad, but familiar’ in ’97,  ‘Alan Freed’s Radio’ in ’99 and ‘Poor Man’s Soul’, after reforming in 2007. Lou Ford disbanded in 2009 and the Edwards brothers formed the Loudermilks. The Loudermilks released their self titled debut Album in 2014 and their followup 'Monument' in 2016. 


Throughout the years Alan has shared the stage with the likes of: the Avett Brothers, Whiskeytown, John Doe, Tift Merrit, Old 97s, Drive By Truckers, Todd Snyder, Buddy and Julie Miller, The Blasters and Dave Alvin, to name a few. 


He is currently residing in WNC and working on his first solo album. 


“Alan isn’t just versed and influenced by the Americana and alt-country byproducts, but the old school country and rock origination points of the music, and you can hear this in his sound that is intelligent, lively, and multi-dimensional.” - Saving Country Music


Alan’s music “sounds like the product of a childhood spent listening to a cool aunt or uncle’s well-worn copies of ‘Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere’ and ‘The Gilded Palace Of Sin’, with ‘Exile On Main Street’...” - No Depression Magazine