Tupelo Lime is the performance and writing name for Gram Nicholas Phillips, an American alt country singer songwriter happily lost in Europe for decades. Sometime solo, and sometimes with a band, Tupelo Lime songs are raw stripped back Americana. Critically acclaimed songs that reflect the vagaries of life, country music heavily influenced by the do it yourself ethos of the San Francisco punk scene of the early 1980’s and the hand made acoustic music of the American mountains. An intriguing blend of Country, Blues, Punk, Psychedelia, Folk and Southern Rock


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 Your Grace is a Mountain Review on SLE Radio-

Tupelo Lime gives me a Kurt Vile vibe. I dig the vocals on him and calmness of the guitar playing in the background. Its kind of like a lost cowboy taking refuge up in the mountains, crying out for a long lost love. Strong tracks if you like southern country rock







Magnolia Rain reviewed on the Wyatt Pauley Radio show. July 30 2020.

” A brilliant mix of blues, country and southern rock…. Simply a great song, Raw, emotional and unpolished”






Vega Ostby- Musician and Critic…

( Norway)

The Orange Rain is beautiful, but dark. It reminds me a little bit of those Appalachian songs of old.










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