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Composed of a group of former Memphis College of Art students — singer/guitarist Alex Warble Harrison, singer/violinist Judith Stevens, singer/keyboardist Steve Savage Pereira, and drummer Ben Bauermeister — (RECENT addition = saxiphonist Edward Warble)— the Warble have made significant inroads on the Memphis music scene largely on the strength of their frenetic live show, which includes visual and performance art in combination with the band’s unique sound.

Sonically, the Warble is as indescribable as pop music gets — elements of genre-bending rock auteurs Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart flow directly into more low-key moments reminiscent of folk artists such as Cat Stevens or Nick Drake.
Alex Warble - vocals, guitar, accordian, keyboard, drum prog.
Ben Bauermeister - percussion scientist
Steve Savage - vocals
Judith Stevens - violin vocals
Edward Warble - sexiphone
Roxy Kong - vocals, guitar (occassionally)
Ashley Gerst - vocals (occassionally)
past members - Bill Bevan - guitar , keyboard

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  • isamguy0

    on a random road trip last fall, with a couple friends, we were cruising through Vermont and I stuck in a mix CD with Warble stuff... it was strangly perfect. But I was singing along 100% knowing maybe 30% of the lyrics haha... up them on yo

    13 Jun 2010 Reply
  • millicentcory

    I love warbling. Kudos to Alex.

    4 Sep 2009 Reply
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    12 Apr 2009 Reply