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Alexander Ludwig Self Titled EP Review

Vancouver native, Alexander Ludwig is no stranger to the spotlight, he has grown up in front of the camera and is ready to finally pursue his other passion up on stage behind the microphone. You may have seen Ludwig on screen in Bad Boys for Life, The Hunger Games, or in the hit series Vikings. Between filming days he would make trips to Nashville to write music with local artists and found great collaborators in Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy, both members of Jason Aldean’s band. Ludwig recently signed a global recording deal with BBR Music Group/BMG and just released his first self-titled EP, Alexander Ludwig.

Last year, Ludwig released his debut single, Let Me Be Your Whiskey, co-written with Mike Dulaney from Faith Hill’s “The Way You Love Me”. Ludwig’s first single is a classic country heartbreak song with twangy guitars, a catchy chorus, and a melody that could make anyone sing along. He takes inspiration from classic artists he grew up listening to like Alan Jackson and George Strait and mixing it with modern artists like Kenney Chesney, Jason Aldean, and Eric Church.

Alexander Ludwig