Georgia Maple video from Edgar Loudermilk

The Edgar Loudermilk Band has released a music video for the title track from their current Pinecastle project, Georgia Maple.

It mines that rich bluegrass vein of the old home place and grandpa’s farm. Edgar says that memories from his youth helped him put the song together.

“This song really touches on family and values. It’s one I wrote with Scott Mehaffey and when we started it, the song took me back to my childhood on my Grandpa’s farm. Where that old maple tree saw everything, from praying down at the creek, to all the hard work in the garden. I think it relates to a way of life that’s needed this day and time more than ever. We hope this song takes you back there too!”

Loudermilk is assisted in this live video by his regular touring band: Jeff Autry on guitar, Glen Crain on reso-guitar, Zack Autry on mandolin, and Wes Pettinger on banjo.

Radio programmers can download the track from Airplay Direct.

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