Kim Lowe, on stage for Friends of Fogelberg Concert
Kim Lowe moved back to the Panhandle the winter of 2003, after a decade in Nashville pursuing a career in songwriting and forming the music publishing company, Llano Estacado Music/BMI. Before moving to Tennessee Kim lived in Austin working in concert promotions, and traveled Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma and New Mexico playing the restaurant/bar circuit as well as clubs, theaters and festivals opening shows for Michael Martin Murphy (Wildfire), Ritchie Havens (Woodstock opening act, Freedom), Willis Allen Ramsey (Muskrat Love), the late B.W. Stevenson (My Maria, Shambayla), Steve Young (Eagles classic, Seven Bridges Road) and Steven Fromholtz, (who penned the Willie Nelson classic, I’d Have to be Crazy).
Currently a freelance Graphic Designer and performing pop hits from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s at local restaurant/bars and private events.
See Kim Lowe and the other talented artist at the . . .
Friends of Fogelberg Concert
August 19th, 2010 at 7:30pm
Globe News Center for the Performing Arts
500 S. Buchanan Street
Tickets $15 PanhandleTickets.com
All proceeds will benefit the Don and Sybil Harrington Cancer Center.