Warrick & Lowell

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  • country
  • americana
  • rock

The brothers Ford have always been inspired. Coming of age in an area dominated by cornfields, one is hastened to imagine a new landscape; one with more than just tassels and trestles. Robert Lowell and Jonathan Warrick Ford imagined music into that landscape. That new landscape became a storyboard for what would, in 2015, become Warrick & Lowell. A project of shared vision and familial collaboration, the two brothers have taken their different creative fabrics and begun to weave a

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REVIEW: Anchors - J. Warrick Ford 

From a living room couch amidst a pandemic six songs filled my ear canals and traveled through my bones and soul and left me wanting more. J. Warrick Ford is one half of Warrick and Lowell and is also a third of Chelsea Ford & the Trouble. Through a year of isolation, sheltering in place, and quarantining, he recorded this album.

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Album Review: Warrick & Lowell Absinthe Nights 

Absinthe is the band’s second full-length release, and where their self-titled debut was a little rough around the edges, Warrick & Lowell have polished the songs and sound up a little bit, and developed a sound that is newer and richer, but still authentically them.

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Album Review: Warrick & Lowell 

For a few years now Warrick & Lowell have been gigging around our Queen City. Playing the Southgate House or The Crow's Nest along with playing the Whispering Beard Folk Festival, and now, finally, they have a put out an album of eight cut your teeth on country tunes. The wait is finally over and they truly make the old saying real "patience is a virtue beholden by few." They truly made it worth it.

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