New Single from Edgar Loudermilk for Radio

By January 4, 2016 June 28th, 2018 Edgar Loudermilk

Edgar Loudermilk, newly signed to Pinecastle Records, is releasing the single “My Kentucky Home” to radio. The song is from his upcoming Pinecastle release to be titled Georgia Maple. The song is an Edgar Loudermilk penned original and features the same lineup of musicians from the full album: Edgar Loudermilk – lead vocals and bass, Jeff Autry – guitar and harmony vocals, Zack Autry – mandolin and harmony vocals, Glen Crain – Dobro, Chris Wade – Banjo.


Loudermilk will be touring in 2016 as the Edgar Loudermilk Band featuring Jeff Autry. Some of the tunes in their live performance will showcase music from Pinecastle’s Bluegrass 90’s series as well as Jeff Autry’s solo Pinecastle release, Foothills, which will be newly back in print.

Edgar Loudermilk is a veteran bluegrass vocalist, bass player, and songwriter who taught himself to play by rote, listening to the Bluegrass Album Band Volume 1 recording. He was heavily influenced by his father and grandfather as well as his well known relatives, The Louvin Brothers. Loudermilk played in his family’s band from age nine until the age of 20 when he joined the regionally popular group, Carolina Crossfire. It was during this time that he decided to pursue a professional career in music. He went on to be a member of Rhonda Vincent’s band, then Marty Raybon’s Full Circle, and eventually a member of Russell Moore and IIIrd Tyme Out by 2006. Loudermilk already has two highly acclaimed solo albums under his belt as well as a recent collaboration recording with Dave Adkins. With his upcoming release, he joins the Pinecastle Records family of artists.