The Low Anthem

The Low Anthem

Rhode Island-based folk-rockers...

The Low Anthem
The Low Anthem began in Providence in 2006 as a collaboration between Ben Knox Miller, a folk musician and painter from New York's Hudson Valley and Jeff Prystowsky, a jazz bassist and baseball scholar from New Jersey. The duo met at Brown University as on-air personalities for the college's commercial alternative formatted station WBRU. Having played together since 2002 in various ensembles ranging from rock, to electronica, to classical, their mutual interest in Americana, baseball, and morally agnostic narrative necessitated the formation of The Low Anthem. Dan Lefkowitz, a bluesman from Strasville, VA joined the band in September 2006 and amicably left the band in March 2007, with his song 'This God Damn House' remaining in the band's live repertoire. In November 2007 classical composer and NASA technician Jocie Adams joined the project. In 2009, the band performed at South by Southwest, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Lollapalooza and the Newport Folk Festival. MySpace


Ben Knox Miller, Jeff Prystowsky, Jocie Adams


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