William Elliott Whitmore
|William Elliott Whitmore|
|Birth name||William Elliott Whitmore|
|Born||May 1978 (age 35)
Iowa, United States
|Occupations||Vocalist, songwriter, musician|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, banjo|
|Labels||ANTI-, Southern Records, Scenester Credentials|
William Elliott Whitmore (born May 11, 1978, Iowa, United States) is an American blues singer and musician from Lee County, Iowa. He has recorded a number of albums released on Southern Records, and now is a member of the Anti Records family. His act consists mostly of playing the banjo or guitar while singing, though on occasion he performs a cappella. While he has earned much acclaim from the folk, blues and alt-country communities, he is also rooted in the hardcore punk community, by paying, for example, a homage for the worldwide spread icon of Bad Religion.[clarification needed]
- The Jarrett Mitchell Demo Album (1999)
- Calendar Club of Danger and Fun (2001)
- Hymns for the Hopeless (2003)
- Ashes to Dust (2005)
- Song of the Blackbird (2006)
- Animals in the Dark (February 17, 2009)
- Field Songs (July 2011)
- The Day the End Finally Came, 7" (2004)
- Latitudes, EP (2005)
Appearances on Compilations/Splits
- No Laws: Keep the Fuzz off my Buzz 12" (Modern Radio Records) with Paradise Island, Let's Be Active, and ft (the shadow government)
- William Elliot Whitmore/Flaccid Trip aka ft (the shadow government) Split 7" on Scenester Credentials (January 2004)
- Hallways of Always with Jenny Hoyston of Erase Errata, CD (2006)
- When the Cat Returns the Mice are Fucked, CD V/A (2006)
- Split 7" with Murder By Death (November 2008)
- Hiram and Huddie - Vol. 1 & 2 (Hillgrass Bluebilly Records) (March 2009)
- "Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" - Red Dead Redemption soundtrack (2010)
- "Don´t Pray on Me" - Germs of Perfection: A Tribute to Bad Religion (2010)
- [Punknews.org] Check
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- Billboard, Allmusic
- ANTI- (October 21, 2008). "William Elliott Whitmore Set to Release Animals In The Dark February 17, 2009" (Web). anti.com. Retrieved November 7, 2008.
- [Southern] Check
|authorlink=value (help) (2006). "William Elliott Whitmore > Latitudes CD". Retrieved April 6, 2007.
- [theBRpage] Check
|authorlink=value (help) (2010). "Germs of Perfection: a tribute to Bad Religion". Retrieved March 17, 2012.
- Official site
- William Elliott Whitmore on MySpace
- An Interview with William Elliott Whitmore on OnMilwaukee.com
- Photo gallery of several live performances
- Southern Profile
- Docmisterio.com review.