Last week, Waterloo Revival’s George Birge, his wife Kara, and their first son George James welcomed the latest addition to their family, Luke Birge, on Tuesday, May 28. The Birge party of four are home and doing well.
“Being a new dad is the biggest blessing I could ever imagine,” Birge said. “Luke has absolutely rocked our world and we’re so in love with him. We are so excited to watch these two boys grow up together as we build the roots of our family.”
Congratulations to the happy family!
Show Dog Nashville’s country music duo Waterloo Revival, George Birge and Cody Cooper, hail from Austin, Texas – a town formerly known as “Waterloo.” The childhood friends and accomplished singer/songwriters have built a devoted fan base and more than 50 million streams. Most known for the streaming smash hit “What Guy Wouldn’t” as well as “Hit The Road,” “Front Row” and “Backwood Bump;” they’ve also been heard on Colt Ford’s popular “Dynamite,” and most recently featured on Dee Jay Silver’s “Getaway Car.”
Taking short leaves from daddy-duty, George will join Cody for an upcoming appearance and performance at CMA Fest on Friday, June 7th. Waterloo Revival’s upcoming summer schedule also brings them to many of the biggest festivals across the U.S. including LakeShake Festival in Chicago. IL on June 22, Faster Horses Festival in Brooklyn, MI on July 20, and Watershed Festival in George, WA on August 3.
For more information, visit waterloorevival.com.