Bill Mallonee is an Americana artist w/ 75 plus albums over a 25 year career. Voted by Paste Music Magazine in their "Top 100 Living Songwriters" poll. He was the founding member of Vigilantes of Love. rumors rumors yes i've heard them all around this town what is come from heaven cannot stay in the ground. and so i hang onto for dear life the words the young girl said i'm beginning to hear whispers of all we left unsaid.
Bill Mallonee is an Americana artist with 70 plus albums, spanning a 20 year career. Voted by Paste Music Magazine in their prestigious Top 100 Living Songwriters poll, he fronted the band Vigilantes of Love from 1991-2001. Mallonee has worked with other great artists such as Buddy Miller, Emmylou Harris, and Peter Buck from REM.
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Bill Mallonee (born January 1, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter, most notably the songwriter and leader of Vigilantes of Love, an Americana, alt-country, rock band from Athens, Georgia. Though the Vigilantes disbanded in 2001, Mallonee has continued to write, singing and playing his music solo. On his mid-2007 tour, he was joined onstage by his second wife, Muriah Rose, who plays keyboards and sings. The two have continued to tour together ever since.
Bill Mallonee is an active folk singer, prolific songwriter, and formerly frontman of Vigilantes Of Love. He was named one of the best living songwriters by Paste Music Magazine, but is commercially unknown. He, since Vigilantes of Love, has been writing an average of 50 songs a year, and has released almost 60 albums. Fetal Position (2002). Locket Full Of Moonlight (2002). Perfumed Letter (2003). Friendly Fire (2005).
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Bandleader Mallonee’s writing owed much to the complexity and dark vision of religious writers like Flannery O’Connor and Frederick Buechner, but it was also hit-and-miss: the man responsible for penning the powerful and harrowing rocker Blister Soul was also capable of gumming up Love Cocoon, a bawdy ode to monogamous love-making, with pedestrian imagery and lazy cliché. Abandoning the indie-pop experimentation of 2003’s Perfumed Letter, Mallonee’s fourth solo album returns to the unabashed rootsiness that cemented his reputation as an integral part of the Athens, G. music scene during.
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|4||Over The Dam||3:41|