With her big voice and engaging stage presence, Edmonton’s 17 year old Danielle Lowe always leaves her audiences wanting more. She has been wowing stages across our province for the past 6 years as one of Alberta’s most active young performers.
Miss Lowe is a hard working musician and her talent and dedication has translated into unparalleled competition success, both in Canada and the US. After conquering the junior categories as a young girl, at the age of 13 Danielle became the youngest singer in history to be crowned the Grand Winning Act of Northlands’ Country Vocal Spotlight and carried on to win awards for top female vocalist, performer and songwriter of the year at Tennessee’s esteemed NACMAI competition.
Danielle's commitment to her community has always been a priority and she has been recognized for donating her time and talent to numerous non-profit organizations, including writing and recording a song for the Little Warriors foundation which was used for their 'Stand Up For Our Kids' campaign. Additionally, Danielle has performed for many high-profile organizations and events such as the Edmonton Oilers Hockey team, Canadian Finals Rodeo, Edmonton Indy, Big Valley Jamboree and the list goes on. She has also been featured on CISN 103.9, 97.7 Calgary FM (Calgary radio), cityTV, Global Morning (Edmonton television), and 790 CFCW (Edmonton radio).
Danielle continues to perform and write music, working towards her goal of becoming a successful country music recording artist. Her first CD will be released in the spring of 2011.