|Mike Lowry is
The Total Package!!! He brings to the stage, years of experience in his high energy show.
His guitar playing is mature beyond his years. While displaying meticulous technical
prowess, his emotions are the backbone of his soulful performances, full of youthful
exuberance. This sets him apart from all the rest. Always striving to Be The
Makes Him Just That!! His talent has attracted seasoned professionals, allowing
Mike to put together a dynamic band, bringing down the house with every performance.
The release of his new CD, which is currently receiving
airtime, has put him on the road performing throughout the Southeast. Mike has opened up
for James Brown, Levon Helms, Tyrone Davis and has performed on the same music bill with
blues heavyweights such as Jimmy Vaughan, Dr. John, Charlie Mussle White, Tinsley Ellis,
Skeeter Brandon, Cigar Store Indians, Jimmy Thakery, just to name a few. Mike started
playing the guitar at the age of 11.
|By age 14 he
was performing in the blues scene around Atlanta, being called the guitar child
prodigy. Self taught, he played the blues right from the heart. His elders would
say, He makes his guitar talk. He has the soul of an old man. One early review
read. I think we have another Derek Trucks on our hands. Not dead pan like Dereck
no grimaces. No rehearsed air-guitar; only impressive lines come out of his guitar.
His playing is very natural and fluid; much more blues mainstream, reminding me of a
younger Eric Clapton with his phrasing. He plays great bluesy solos building in
intensity and catching fire. Vincent Tseng Mike comes from three generations in The
Business. His mother was a professional Broadway singer/dancer working with all the super
stars of her day.
Mike has been surrounded by
music and performing all his life. Mike is no stranger to a stage, screen, and radio.
Mikes career started at the age of 4, acting in
movies, and radio spots. He had roles in The Heat of The Night, staring Carroll
OConnor and has worked under the direction of John Frankenheimer (the Emmy
award-winning movie director) who directed The Bird Man of Alcatraz, Grand Prix, The
Manchurian Candidate, Seconds and Andersonville, just to name a few. Mike played the role
of the young confederate guard in the TNT movie, Andersonville, filmed in GA. Putting
acting aside, Mike has dedicated himself to his music. Perhaps the discipline of his early
career reflects in his music career now. Mike is driven and dedicated to produce good
music! His audiences response validates that he is succeeding.