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Brent has released two EP’s so far with “Pemberville Road” released in 2016 and “The Drifter” in 2017 with Brent Lowry & the Drifters. 2018 was the year of singles as they released two. “American Flag” debuted in July and is the story of our nations flag and what it means to him and so many others who are proud to be born in the USA. The other, “That’s Life” was released in November of 2018 and is an ode to himself as he reflects on his life. He said, “It holds true to many of us out there. As life changes and things get hard… That’s Life!”

 

Brent is no stranger to touring. He as played all over the midwest and down south into Tennessee. From the windy city of Chicago to the steel city of Pittsburgh, he has brought his unique voice and sound to many venues. In 2017 & 2018 Brent got the chance to play the CMA Fest in Nashville and on Broadway multiple times and has also had the oppurtunity to record at Ricky Skaggs Place Studios. “It has been an amazing experience to be able to say I recorded in the same room as some of the greats like Hank Sr, Dolly Parton and Ricky Skaggs”, Brent said.

in 2019, Brent left on a tour for the North West. From March to April he went on his West Coast Tour sponsored by Oakshire Brewery and organized by Juan Valdez. It marked the first national tour he had embarked on. 

 

Besides touring, Brent has also supported a lot of Nashville greats on the road. He has opened  for artists such as Toby Keith, LOCASH, Waterloo Revival, Rodney Adkins, Jerrod Neimann, Josh Thompson, Brothers Osborne, Joe Nichols, David Alan Coe, Parmalee, and many others. 

 

Brent is on the road yet again playing his true style of country music. There is new music coming very soon and Brent is very proud and excited to share it all soon!

Singer-Songwriter Brent Lowry is a storyteller first and foremost. “Every song is a story and has meaning in every line” said Brent. Over the past few years Brent has written a lot of songs. Some about his hometown, others about life and the ups and downs, but the common theme is that every one has its own story to tell.