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Brian Lowe / Bio

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Brian Lowe was born in a small town in the foothills of the NC mountains. His father, who not only co-founded Merlefest, had Brian's musical instruction handled by Dove Award Nominee/5 Time Southern Gospel session musician of the year David Johnson.
By the time Brian was 12, he was reading charts and playing gigs in clubs around NC. He also played in drumline and guitar in jazz combo in school. During this time, he discovered Dire Straits and Steve Lukther at the same time. Brian's style is a very ecclectric mixture of country/fusion/pop, which works well on the various sessions he had done.
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He has also been musical director in several projects, as well as served as a guitarist in the US Army for the MWR department to entertain troops. He worked for Line6 for 3 years as a Product Specialist/clinician, as well as being a very in demand studio/live guitarist/vocalist in the Colorado scene. Soon moving to Texas, it didn't take long to get a hit on the Texas charts on a cd he co produced and played on. He also signed a deal with Michael Dolsey Design Guitars to use and be an exclusive disributor for the company. Brian now has 2 signature models, in green and black, one featuring the EMG p60's the other with custom MDD P-90's and custom Brian Lowe/Michael Dolsey switching. As Brian moves his operation back tot the East Coast, who knows what the next move is? We can only wait and see...but it will be, as usual, amazing.

General Info

Band Members
Brian Lowe-Guitarist, Vocals, Producer
Artist Name
Brian Lowe
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/brianlowe
Active Since
04/09
Genres
Rock / Country Rock / Power Pop

Contact Info

Location
North Wilkesboro, NC
Manager
Kurt Wooldridge-remick Street Productions...BLP:Brian Lowe Productions

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