Louder Than Milk's music is a blend of roots folk, country and blues. We have been playing together since 2015. Damn, if only we had practiced every day, we’d be tighter than a one-eyed cricket.
The name Louder Than Milk came from John Loudermilk. A great songwriter he had a few hits in the 60’s and 70’s one being Tobacco Road that charted with an English band named the Nashville Teens. He also wrote Indian Reservation made famous by Paul Revere and the Raiders. We were working on his song Abeline and whether through fatigue or momentary inspiration (or a combination), the name stuck. About a year later after we played our first gig, sadly John Loudermilk passed away.
There are three songwriters in the band, Jeff, Jay and Andy. Each of our songs go through the churn of ‘what about?’ and ‘what if?’ and happy accidents until we have something that cooks up nice.
"Brandishing a name as bold as their music, Louder Than Milk offers up tight, roots based songs on their newly-pressed 12-song debut. Traditional Country and Americana never sounded so good as when it's in the hands of this well-traveled quartet."
tHE NOISE- SEPTEMBER 2016 show review
"...drenched in their slick-pickin', country boogie style....theirs is a serious attempt of producing an authentic sound combining elements of hillbilly, rockabilly, jazz and blues music. Totally Gratifying!"