Bill Mallonee

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Mallonee in 2007

Bill Mallonee (b. January 1, 1955,[citation needed]) is an American singer-songwriter, most notably the songwriter and leader of Vigilantes of Love, an Americana, alt-country, Rock band from Athens, Georgia. Though the Vigilantes disbanded in 2001, Mallonee has continued to write, singing and playing his music solo. On his Summer 2007 tour, he was joined onstage by his second wife, Muriah Rose, who plays keyboards and sings. The two have continued to tour together ever since. Throughout his career many of his songs have focused on his Christian faith and his family. Critically speaking, he is held in high regard as a songwriter, being named one of the 100 greatest living songwriters by Paste Magazine. [1] He holds a degree in history from the University of Georgia.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • Fetal Position (Paste, 2002)
  • Go and Ask Her (Startled Chameleon, 2002, UK release)
  • Locket Full of Moonlight (Paste, 2002)
  • My Year in Review (2002, remastered and revised from 1995 VoL release)
  • Perfumed Letter (Paste, 2003)
  • Locket Full of Moonlight (Fundamental UK) (2004)
  • Dear Life (Fundamental, 2004)
  • Friendly Fire (Fundamental, 2005)
  • Hit and Run (2005)
  • Yonder Shines The Infant Light (2005, Christmas)
  • Permafrost (2006)
  • Circa (2007)
  • lower case (mini ep) (2008)
  • Recent Demos (10/01/2008)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 1 (10/01/2008)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 2 (01/20/2009)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 3 (04/08/2009)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 4 (06/15/2009)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 5: Cabin Songs (11/17/2009)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 6: Rural Route (12/22/2009)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 7: Eternal Dawn & Gloaming (03/10/2010)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 8: Coal Dust Soul (06/09/2010)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 9: Drifter Songs (01/2011)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 10: High Desert Hope (04/2011)
  • Works (in) Progress Administration Vol. 11: Kid Heart (08/2011)
  • Ti Jean: a Tribute to Jack Kerouac (01/2011)
  • The Power and the Glory (09/2011)
  • Amber Waves (11/2012)
  • Winnowing (08/20/2014)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "100 Greatest Living Songwriters". pastemusic.com. Retrieved 2013-01-13. 
  2. ^ Manheim, James M. (2005). "Vigilantes of Love". In Pilchak, Angela M., ed. Contemporary Musicians. Volume 51. Farmington Hills, Michigan: Gale Group. pp. 168–169. ISBN 0-7876-8064-8. ISSN 1044-2197. 

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