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Lowe Family returns to Monroe
Hailing from Nashville, the Lowe Family brings a high-energy, fast-paced variety show to Monroe at 7:30 p.m. May 20 at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center. (Photos supplied)
MONROE - The Lowe Family returns to the stage in Monroe to perform at 7:30 p.m. May 20 at Monroe High School Performing Arts Center.

Hailing from Nashville, The Lowe Family performs a blend of show-stopping Broadway, country, Irish, bluegrass, jazz, gospel and old-time favorite music. The Lowe Family performed for the Monroe audience in January 2006 as part of the Monroe Arts Center's entertainment season.

The Lowe Family has been entertaining around the world for more than 25 years. At young ages, all of the Lowe siblings began studying, training and performing the music of the masters. Soon thereafter, additional instruments, dance classes and vocal lessons were added, along with more teachers and more practice time - sometimes 10 to 12 hours a day.

The saying, "The family that plays together stays together," holds true with the Lowes. And when they refer to "plays," they're talking music. The banjo, trumpet, bagpipes, violin, piano, drums, marimba, guitar, harp and the Irish pennywhistle are just a few of the more than 50 instruments on which the Lowes are proficient. Add to that a lot of trained singing.

They have shared their talents world-wide via stage, television and radio and have distinguished themselves as consummate performers across the globe, giving select concerts in Europe, Canada, Latin America and China, while captivating audiences throughout the US, according to the news release.

Although the Lowes have cut back on their touring schedule over the past few years to pursue solo careers, raise families and tend to other personal projects, they continue to perform their dynamic stage show.

The Lowe siblings returning to perform in Monroe will be Kami, Doug, Korinne, Kysha and Kayli, as well as Robert and LeeAndra (dad and mom) Lowe. The Lowe's two oldest grandchildren, award-winning musicians Summer and Alyssa, as well as Nashville singer/songwriter Pete Sallis, also will join the family on stage in Monroe. They have been rehearsing some new material to showcase for the Monroe audience.

The Lowe's high-energy, fast-paced variety show will leave the audience breathless with their unbelievable musical and theatrical talent. While this gifted family aims to entertain with their performance, they also endeavor to send a family-oriented message to audiences, according to the release.

Reserved seat tickets are $50, $35, $25 and $20 for adults and $10 for students 18 and under. Tickets may be purchased at the Monroe Arts Center box office at 1315 11th St., Monroe, by calling 608-325-5700 or online at

This concert is supported by corporate underwriter Colony Brands Inc. and media underwriters Monroe Publishing LLC and Big Radio. Additional support is provided by The Bank of New Glarus and Sugar River Banks; Monroe Clinic; Henry and Adair Najat; David and Julie Buchanan; Jan and Jackie Erlandson; Lois Kaster; M & D Truck and Equipment Sales; Mike and Marian Furgal; Tom and Jodi Ganshert; John and Kathy King; Regina Meighan; Kevin and Jane Monahan; Tom and Karen Vale; and Brian and Cindy Zimmerman.