New Music From The Edgar Loudermilk Band

Article Contributed by Rural Rhythm Records | Published on Thursday, March 24, 2022

Rural Rhythm Records is thrilled to announce The Edgar Loudermilk Band’s hotly-awaited album, The Dark Side of Lonesome. Now available, The Dark Side of Lonesome spotlights a collection of traditional favorites and new originals, all steeped in the rich flavor and musical stylings of American roots the band is known for. The album The Dark Side of Lonesome is available now on all digital streaming platforms.

Edgar Loudermilk’s masterful bass skills and songwriting are a family tradition for this Louvin Brothers’ descendant. While his friendly, down-home style continues to win over audiences across the country, Loudermilk’s distinctive vocals and powerful storytelling indeed drives a genuine and personal connection with his listeners.

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“I see songwriting as much of a calling as singing,” says Loudermilk. “Playing and singing live is always a good time and we love the audiences, but connecting with people through relatable and meaningful songwriting is very rewarding.”
Track List:

“Moving Train”

“The Deal That Won’t Go Down”

“The Dark Side of Lonesome”

“I’m Going Home”

"Just for Me"

“I’ll Put the Blame on You”

“I Hope She Sings”

“Lost Cause Loving You”

“Queen of Laramie”

“For the Likes of You”

“It is Well with My Soul”

“John Henry”

“A Place to Call Home”

Loudermilk has penned chart-topping songs found on Bluegrass Today’s Top Songs of the Year, as well as on Bluegrass Unlimited’s Top Songs. Notably, the band’s 2019 album "Lonesome Riverboat Blues" reached #1 on Sirius XM’s Bluegrass Junction and reached “Most Played” status in July of 2019. The album also remained in Bluegrass Today’s Top 20 Airplay Charts for twelve consecutive weeks.