from Rainsville, AL
July 7, 1927 - January 26, 2011 (age 83)
As half of the Louvin Brothers, Charlie Louvin (born Charlie Elzer Loudermilk on July 7, 1927) was one of the most influential musicians of the '40s and '50s; the Louvins defined close harmony duet singing for several generations of country fans. After the Louvins disbanded in 1963, Charlie began a solo career, recording for Capitol Records until 1972. During that time, he had two Top Ten hits -- I Don't Love You Anymore (number four, 1964) and See the Big Man Cry (number seven, 1965) -- as well as a series of minor hits. Louvin continued to perform and record for a variety of labels into the 21st century. The eponymous album Charlie Louvin was released in 2007 on the Tompkins Square label and featured a cast of characters including George Jones, Elvis Costello, Marty Stuart, Tom T. Hall, and Jeff Tweedy. It was nominated for a Grammy Award the following year, thus prompting Louvin to continue releasing new material. Steps to Heaven, a collection of traditional gospel tunes, arrived in 2008, followed two months later by the tragedy-themed Charlie Louvin Sings Murder Ballads and Disaster Songs. Two albums were released in 2010: The Battles Rage On, produced by Mitchell Brown and featuring songs about war and redemption; and Hickory Wind, a live set recorded at City Auditorium in Waycross, GA in 2009. Charlie Louvin died of complications from pancreatic cancer on January 26, 2011; he was 83 years old. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
See The Big Man Cry
I Don't Love You Anymore
Charlie Louvin "Will You Visit Me On Sundays"
Charlie Louvin - What Are Those Things (With Big Black Wings)
Charlie Louvin, Last interview
Charlie Louvin: Still Rattlin’ the Devil’s Cage
Louvin Brothers - I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby
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