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Performer: The Lone Bellow
Title: The Lone Bellow
Style: Contemporary Singer/Songwriter,Alt-Country,Americana
Duration: 46:50
Location: Rockwood Music Hall, New York, NY
Relesed: January 22, 2013
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 890
Other formats: MP1 MOD AUD MPC DXD AC3

The Lone Bellow is an American musical group from Nashville, Tennessee, United States. The Lone Bellow began as a songwriting project for Zach Williams, whose wife had suffered temporary paralysis following a horseback riding accident. During his wife's recovery, Williams coped with the experience by writing in a journal. At the urging of his friends, Williams learned how to play the guitar and turned his journal entries into songs

The Lone Bellow is the debut studio album by the American folk rock trio The Lone Bellow. The album was released on January 22, 2013 by Descendant Records label, and the producer on the album was Charlie Peacock. The album has achieved critical and commercial acclaim. The trio sing songs that have been described as being in the following genres: alt-country, alternative rock, blues, country rock, folk rock, indie folk, indie rock, pop rock, roots rock, soul.

The Lone Bellow Tracklist. 1. Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold Lyrics. 2. Tree to Grow Lyrics. 3. Two Sides of Lonely Lyrics.

In This Article: The Lone Bellow. Artist You Need to Know. Song You Need to Know.

Complete your The Lone Bellow collection. One of the most stellar debut albums from a group effortlessly combining folk with blues/country.

Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. More By The Lone Bellow. See All. Then Came the Morning.

This set, the Lone Bellow's debut album, is a gem. Full of haunting, passionate songs that breathe with country soul and a kind of autumnal grace, most of them written by lead singer and guitarist Zach Williams, the album has the feeling of a complete story, each track supporting the whole.

The Lone Bellow lyrics - 42 song lyrics sorted by album, including "You Don't Love Me Like You Used To", "Time's Always Leaving (Acoustic)", "You Never Need Nobody". album: "Then Came The Morning" (2015). Then Came The Morning Fake Roses Marietta Take My Love Call To War Watch Over Us Diners Heaven Don't Call Me Home If You Don't Love Me Telluride To The Woods Cold As It Is I Let You Go. album: "Walk Into A Storm" (2017). Deeper In The Water Is It Ever Gonna Be Easy May You Be Well Come Break My Heart Again Feather Walk Into A Storm Time's Always Leaving Can't Be Happy For Long Between The Lines Long Way To Go. EP: "The Restless" (2018).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold Brian Elmquist / Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 4:14
2 Tree To Grow Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 5:01
3 Two Sides of Lonely Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 4:35
4 You Never Need Nobody Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 4:50
5 You Can Be All Kinds of Emotional Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 3:20
6 You Don't Love Me like You Used To Brian Elmquist / Trisha Ivy / Matt Knapp / Kanene Donehey Pipkin / Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 3:15
7 Fire Red Horse Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 3:53
8 Bleeding Out Brian Elmquist / Matt Knapp / Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 3:41
9 Looking for You Matthew Perryman Jones / Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 5:28
10 Teach Me To Know Caleb Clardy / Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 3:29
11 The One You Should've Let Go Zach Williams The Lone Bellow 5:04

Credits

Eric Ryan Anderson - Photography
Sam Ashworth - Engineer, Guitar (Acoustic)
Richie Biggs - Engineer, Mixing
Michelle Box - A&R
Caleb Clardy - Composer
Richard Dodd - Mastering
Brian Elmquist - Composer, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Jessica Evans - Art Direction, Design
Leanne Ford - Wardrobe
Erin Green - Hair Stylist, Make-Up
Brian Griffin - Drums, Percussion
Jay Harren - A&R
Mark Hill - Bass
Trisha Ivy - Composer
Jason Pipkin - Banjo, Mandolin
Matthew Perryman Jones - Composer
Matt Knapp - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Lap Steel Guitar
Andy Leftwich - Fiddle, Mandolin
Ken Lewis - Percussion
The Lone Bellow - Primary Artist
Ben Mars - Bass, Bass (Electric), Bass (Upright)
Jerry McPherson - Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
Brian Murphy - Accordion, Keyboards, Piano
Charlie Peacock - Engineer, Piano, Producer, Trumpet, Wurlitzer
Kanene Donehey Pipkin - Composer, Group Member, Vocals
James Sweeting - Engineer, Production Coordination, Programming
Zach Williams - Composer, Group Member, Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals
Tracy Zamot - Public Relations
Reviews (1)
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Dear Music Appreciators,Just when I was starting to wonder if I would ever find another band to get excited about, I found The Lone Bellow.This is simply a great record from a passionate, up-and-coming group that many, many music fans will feel lucky to discover this year.Even with more than eleven months to go, I feel lucky to have discovered what I believe will continue to be one of my favorite musical moments of the year - the intense dynamic shift at the 3:39 mark on the gorgeous track "Tree to Grow." Listen loud on your best headphones please.You'll find this harmony and acoustic-infused full length debut album is a little bit country and a little bit rock and roll, but it's also a little bit folk, pop, and singer-songwriter, with both an independent streak and just the right amount of popular appeal - for fans of earnest American music, this porridge should taste not too hot and not too cold, but just right.The Lone Bellow do sound a little like a lot of bands that are popular now, but there's a reason for that. It's because they are approaching their listeners from a place of authenticity, where systems of genre and classification matter less, a place where country meets city, old meets new, and independent artistic effort meets widespread popular appeal. There is a certain portion of pop culture that continues to embrace that whole old timey as new timey approach, and if it means that bands like The Lone Bellow find success, then yay for pop culture.The internet is a wonderful place for discovering great music. I found these guys on NPR, and then followed a trail from Amazon to the band's website to YouTube, where a trio of videos convinced me to buy their album. As of this writing you can type TheLoneBellowVevo into Google or YouTube and find three beautifully shot black and white videos to enjoy.But notice the sweat on front man Zach Williams's forehead just past the three minute mark in the video for "You Never Need Nobody." It's an all too human moment that is maybe not so common in artsy black and white photography. Perhaps it's just that he is sitting right in front of a crackling fireplace, but I'd like to think it's honest sweat for an honest record, delivered with the kind of care and feeling that will keep honest music fans listening for years to come.Sincerely,Constant Listener

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