Country designer Levi Lowrey is a vocalist and songwriter who writes about the stuff of true lives having a poet’s thoughtfulness and a rocker’s enthusiasm and dedication. Levi Lowrey was created and elevated in Dacula, Georgia, and offers connections to nation music royalty — his great-great grandfather was Gid Tanner, the famous Georgia fiddler and string music group leader who was simply among country’s first effective recording performers. Lowrey himself became a fiddler, and was carrying out in his hometown at bluegrass displays by age 12. Down the road, while in senior high school, Lowrey used your guitar, and created a interest for rock and roll & roll, inspired by Georgia pop/rockers the Wonderful Three. After graduating, Lowrey got employment at a documenting studio room, and produced a rock-band of his very own, Issue Thomas. The group established a regional pursuing and gigged frequently in Atlanta and Athens, but by 2006 Lowrey started embracing a different musical tone of voice that incorporated rock and roll, contemporary nation, and his first musical affects, while he also led the music group that performed worship services on the cathedral he went to. After a spell playing fiddle with vocalist and songwriter Sonia Leigh, Lowrey produced a fresh group, Levi Lowrey & the city House Band, called for the hall in Dacula that frequently housed family members reunions and very similar occasions; the lineup, having a few encounters from his cathedral music group, included Lowrey on lead vocals, electric guitar, and fiddle; Danny McAdams on business lead electric guitar and lap metal; Jon Daws on bass; Billy Wilkerson on percussion and vocals; and Daniel McGill on snare drums. The music group soon started touring hard, playing 200 schedules in 2007, and in 2008 they trim a documenting they released themselves, I’ve Held the Devil’s Hands. Lowrey gained a very important friend and ally in Zac Dark brown, another Georgia musician blending up nation and rock and roll; after Brown’s 2008 record THE BUILDING BLOCKS became a breakout strike, he released his very own label, Southern Surface, and in ’09 2009 Lowrey and his music group signed a cope with Brown’s brand-new imprint. Lowrey continued tour starting for Zac Dark brown, and Lowrey started co-writing music with Brown, like the strikes “Colder Climate,” “Time for the Deceased,” and “The Blowing wind.” In 2011, Lowrey released his first record through Southern Surface, I Confess I USED TO BE a Fool, and by enough time they following rolled in to the studio room, the music group was a four-piece, with Wilkerson out and Lawrence Nemenz changing McGill behind the drum package. Levi Lowrey, having a fiddle-driven cover of Dark Sabbath’s “Battle Pigs,” premiered in Feb 2014.