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Brother Lou

Brother Lou is an award winning singer and songwriter living in Vienna, Virginia. He started out playing in bands (some of them wretched), in New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta and Miami. In 2005 Brother Lou began his solo career and began playing the South Florida Club scene and working on his first full-length solo CD.

In 2008 Brother Lou completed, “As Good As You Want”. Two of the songs from this CD can be heard in the Award Winning Documentary, “Anytown U.S.A” Other songs from the CD also received awards including ‚ÄòTonight‚Äô which won Honorable Mention in VH1‚Äôs Song of the Year contest, “Hey Jesus” which won an Honorable Mention in the Acoustic and Folk Category at the Great American Songwriter Song Contest, and “Nothing in the Sky” and “Elizabeth” which each received honorable Mention in American Songwriter Magazine’s Lyric Contest the summer of 2008.

After touring and appearing on several radio programs in the U.S., in order to promote his first CD, Brother Lou was back in the Studio in late 2009 to begin work on his follow up, “The Devil In Me.” He again teamed up with South Florida producer, John Jay Martyn and the CD was released in April 2011.

“The Devil in Me” is currently receiving airplay from Americana and Folk Radio Stations in the U.S. and Brother Lou is now playing in the northeast U.S. supporting the CD. The fourth track, “I Go Down” was just voted a winner in the American Songwriter Magazine Lyric contest for May/June 2011.

Brother Lou currently lives in Vienna Virginia with his wife Ellen.


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