By Rebecca Marx, Photo Credit Joseph Daniel Robert O’Leary
The Lowest Pair are underrated stars in the “Old Timey” Bluegrass music genre, though they seem humbled by the knowledge that they have successfully earned that moniker. Their sound is authentically backwoods Americana Roots with a modern twist, as though you could as easily stream their music right now as revisit them in a past life, or find them in Alan Lomax’s massive archive of folk music. Continue reading
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The Lowest Pair is a quirky, old-time roots influenced duet, featuring the high lonesome harmonies of banjo pickin’ songsters Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee. After nearly a year of traveling the country playing clubs, hotels, house shows, back yards and street corners, they found their way back to Minnesota, this time to Duluth where they sat down to record with producer Dave Simonett (Trampled by Turtles) and Tom Fabjance at an old church. The Sacred Heart Sessions (Feb 24, 2105) is an album that allows the listenier to enter the space that surrounds its creation. One can virtually feel the walls and vaulted ceiling of the old wooden church rising up, creating a natural reverb and warming the air.
Come join in the celebration as The Lowest Pair officially launch The Sacred Heart Sessions on home turf!
Dave Simonett will even be on hand to perform an opening set.
By Evan Verploegh
Some voices have the power to pull strings inside people that are seemingly otherwise unattainable. The harmonies that The Lowest Pair’s Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee produce on their latest release, The Sacred Heart Sessions, meld together in a way that does exactly that. The duo hailing from Olympia, WA and Minneapolis, MN respectively, have managed to create an enchanting and delightful record combining elements of folk, americana and bluegrass. Continue reading