The Orderlies
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The Orderlies


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Their music mixes ancient roots influences with a more contempoary sounding pop aesthetic. The lyrical them and imagery seem very sincere. The voices have a very natural, organic quality. - Taxi

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Their sound is tight, their harmonizing haunting...." - North of the James magazine

"Beautiful You CD Review"

You'll find straight ahead strings and harmonica with a strong independent view here. Lombardy & Grace, on which John Priestley is credited with playing the dryer is the best song about Richmond, VA since the Cowboy Junkies' Oregon Hill. The title track Beautiful You is as good an ode to a new life as any thanks to Amy Henderson's addictive alto. Also features the college radiio ready I Will Fly and goes to the dark side with Radcliffe Burt's chillingly honest end of a relationship song One More Before We Go. Highly Recommended.

- CD Baby


Beautiful You - our debut CD - is receiving play on Folk Alley, itunes, Great American Music Hour, and other streaming shows



Destiny and cheap beer at a party brought the Orderlies into being. Our paths had all crossed before in various ways - we were just reincarnated into a "supergroup" band. Influenced by: Morning light, children, hospitals, identity crises, household appliances, breakups, friends' funerals, epiphanies, and other altered states.
Also the Beatles, CSN and sometimes Y, The Who, Indigo Girls, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Nick Drake, Joni Mitchell, Elvis Costello, David Sylvian, American Music Club, Radiohead, Neil Finn, Ryan Adams, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Nickel Creek, Fripp/Eno, 310, Millan & Kenzie, rake, John Hicks