Brothers J. Warrick and R. Lowell Ford hail from the Southeastern-most reaches of Indiana. Playing separately for years in various groups, and as solo artists, the brothers gathered their collective songwriting and storytelling abilities to form Warrick & Lowell in 2015. The band’s sound ranges from introspective acoustic melodies to full-tilt country blues, honky tonk, and straightforward rock n’ roll. Rounding out the group are Thomas Costa (Keys), Zaq Fox (Drums), Matt Crone (Bass) and Hanna Rae Mathey (Violin). Warrick & Lowell’s self-titled debut album was released in December of 2017. Their second full-length, ‘Absinthe Nights,’ was self-released in August, 2019.

They've shared the stage with acts like: Tyler Childers, Arlo McKinley & the Lonesome Sound, Mike & the Moonpies, Ruen Brothers, Adam Carroll, Tim Easton, The Tillers, and many more.

For more information - www.warrickandlowell.com

Email - nobodiesheirs@gmail.com

  Praise for ‘Absinthe Nights’:

“Warrick & Lowell…. veers wildly from hardcore Country to blunt ballads and all-out Roots Rock, with glimpses of small-town sophistication unearthed along the way by worn hands and bald tires. It’s a frantic, heartbreaking and reckless trip down a remote gravel road and, if you’re lucky, the passenger seat is all yours… Absinthe Nights presents a lot more than next-level songwriting. Character, mood and sonic accents create an inviting space and a comfortable new world for both the music-makers and listeners alike.” - Bill Furbee, CityBeat

Absinthe Nights is a great follow-up for a band that seems to have a great idea of what they’re about and where they’re going. If you liked their self-titled debut, you’ll like this, too. If you haven’t heard either, check them out. Many bands suffer from a “sophomore slump,” but nowhere from the count-in to the final chord does any slump show. If album #2 is this good, I can’t wait for album #3.” - Brandon Wheeler, CincyMusic