Calendar

5/26/19

Finster Fest

Summerville GA

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5/26/19

Finster Fest


Summerville GA

5/31/19

Flicker Bar

10pm - 12pm

Athens GA

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5/31/19

Flicker Bar


10pm - 12pm

Athens GA

6/7/19

Waller’s Coffee Shop

8pm - 10pm

Decatur GA

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6/7/19

Waller’s Coffee Shop


8pm - 10pm

Decatur GA

6/9/19

Altered Frequencies

7pm - 9pm

Franklin NC

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6/9/19

Altered Frequencies


7pm - 9pm

Franklin NC

6/21/19

The Hunt House

7pm - 9pm

Marietta GA

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6/21/19

The Hunt House


7pm - 9pm

Marietta GA

More Events

The Loudermilks // To no one

The Loudermilks // Watch ‘em fall

Lou Ford // What am I to you

Lou Ford // What've I gotta do

Lou Ford // Sad, but familiar

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 was a member of Chocolate U.S.A., Bar None Records, in NYC and Athens GA, along with Julian Koster, before forming Lou Ford in Charlotte with his 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, Alejandro Escovedo, John Doe, Whiskeytown (Ryan Adams), Dave Alvin, Old 97s, Todd Snyder, Buddy and Julie Miller, Freedy Johnston and Eugene Chadbourne, among others. 


A. Lee Edwards is currently working on his first solo album.


“...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, The Gilded Palace Of Sin and Exile On Main Street..." ,wrote No Depression Magazine. 


A. Lee Edwards “strength has always been avoiding country rock’s clichés while remaining true to its tenets and slipping in a punk-inspired defiance", wrote Creative Loafing. 


A. Lee Edwards music has been described as “recorded more in sepia, than in stereo. These songs sound as if they've always been.“