The Little Willies
The group formed around a love of country classics. Between members' regular gigs, they first played at New York Citys Living Room. The show led to a series of events, including a benefit concert for public radio station WFUV. The "loose-knit collective" found itself with a growing following. The Little Willies self-titled debut album has added to their popularity.
Their first album features covers of tracks by Fred Rose (Roly Poly), Hank Williams (I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive), Willie Nelson (Gotta Get Drunk and Nightlife), Townes Van Zandt (No Place to Fall) and Kris Kristofferson (Best of All Possible Worlds). Fusing cover material with a few of their own original compositions, the band delivers what a review by John Metzger describes as "an affable set that occasionally strikes pure gold."
Their second album was released in January, 2012 and "features covers from a variety of down-home legends, including Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, and many more. "
|Title||Album details|| Peak chart
|The Little Willies||
|For the Good Times||
- John Metzger, The Little Willies, The Music Box, March 2006. URL accessed on July 24, 2007.
- Chris Coplan, Norah Jones-led The Little Willies ready album of country covers, Consequence Of Sound, October 2011. URL accessed on October 25, 2011.
- Official Website
- The Little Willies at All Music Guide
- Review of the band's self-titled album
- Review of The Little Willies
|Studio albums||Come Away with Me · Feels like Home · Not Too Late|
|Other albums||First Sessions (EP) · New York City · The Little Willies|
|Singles||"Don't Know Why" · "Feelin' the Same Way" · "Come Away with Me" · "Don't Know Why" / "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" · "Turn Me On" · "Sunrise" · "What Am I to You?" · "Those Sweet Words" · "Thinking About You" · "Until the End" · "Sinkin' Soon"|
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