Arlo Gilliam

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Arlo Gilliam (born June 24, 1977, Altamont, Tennessee) is an American singer-songwriter and record producer.

Arlo Gilliam is a professional singer-songwriter from the small coal mining town of Whitwell, TN. With musical influences that span from Merle Haggard to Prince, he has created a unique writing style all his own. Since moving to Nashville in 2001, he has released two solo independent albums and has amassed a wide and constantly growing catalogue. He has toured North America numerous times in the last ten years as a solo performer as well as with major recording artists such as Trent Willmon and Luke Bryan . Since August 2007 he has been an active part of the country group Emerson Drive, contributing through live performance as well as musical direction.

He has toured and performed with Wade Hayes, Trent Willmon, Katrina Elam and Luke Bryan. National televised performances include: Emeril Live, The Craig Ferguson Show, Grand Ole Opry Live as well as numerous appearances in music videos.

He is currently the touring bass player for the country music group Emerson Drive.[1] [2]

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  1. ^ Peebles, Frank (30 July 2008). "Country up-and-comer to open for Randy Travis". Prince George, BC, Canada: The Prince George Citizen. Retrieved 10 August 2009. 
  2. ^ "Arlo Gilliam: The Facts". Emerson Drive. Retrieved 10 August 2009. 

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