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Loudspeakers (band)

Background information
Origin Georgia
Genres Alternative rock, Indie Rock
Years active 2009 (2009)–present
Website Myspace
Members Levan tskhvaradze
Sandro Tsiklauri
Levan Mamaladze
Dato Tsomaia
Past members Aleko Dolidze
otar gurgenidze
Zura Mchedlishvili

Loudspeakers (stylised as LOUDspeakers) is an rock band formed in 2009.[1]


  • History 1
  • Band members 2
  • Discography 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Loudspeakers formed in 2009 as an alternative rock band. In that year, the band recorded their first song in the kote kalandadze studio. In January 2010 they played their songs in Tbilisi rock club. In 2010 otar gurgenidze left the band, Zura Mchedlishvili replaced him. The same time Zura left and Dato Tsomaia joined the band.

The first important success of this band was when they played in Tbilisi Altervision-Newcomers and became a winner. In 2011 the band had the first solo concert in Magti Club. After this concert Aleko Dolidze left the band. It was an important loss but LoudSpeakers didn’t stop their work, Sandro Tsiklauri joined the band.[2]

By today LoudSpeakers have played in festivals in Georgia and other countries around the world. For example, Tbilisi Open Air[3] and Arenal Sound Festival.[4]

The band realised their debut album Lighthouse in 4 March 2015.[5]

Band members

Current members [6]
  • Levan tskhvaradze – Lead Vocals and guitars (2009–present)
  • Levan Mamaladze – Bass Guitar (2009–present)
  • Sandro Tsiklauri – Keyboards (2011–present)
  • Dato Tsomaia – Drums (2010–present)
Former members
  • Aleko Dolidze – Keyboards (2009–2011)
  • otar gurgenidze – Drums (2009–2010)
  • Zura Mchedlishvili - Drums (2010)




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External links

  • Loudspeakers in Myspase
  • Loudspeakers in Facebook
  • Loudspeakers in lastfm
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