Brent Lowry Brings Red Dirt Country to Homegrown Happy Hour

April 16, 2019

Brent Lowry may be a midwesterner, but he's all Red Dirt Country!

The singer, who's originally from Pemberville, Ohio, appeared this week on Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr.where he showed off his sound with three original songs: "Didn't Mean to Say Goodbye," "Forever Man" and "Trying to Make a Living."

Lowry, who's been playing music for about seven years, also talked with host Frank Williams Jr. about his influences, including Waylon Jennings, and how the recent resurrgence of red dirt country inspired him to reembrace that style that he grew up listening to. 

"I was playing a bunch of different kinds of music," Lowry explained. "I started in country-rock and did all of that for a while, and I just didn't feel like it was my true sound. Once I started seeing a lot of these other [red dirt country] artists come out, I realized that was my path that I really wanted to go down. The road less taken."

Brent Lowry is looking to officially record the songs he played live on Homegrown this year, and is hoping to drop an EP this winter. 

In the more immediate future, you can check out Brent Lowry playing at Meadowbrook Park in Bascom, OH, just south of Toledo, this Saturday (April 20) with Little Texas and Mark Leach.

Check out Brent's entire episode of Homegrown Happy Hour with Frank Williams Jr. below and visit his website to stay up-to-date with his tour dates and new music.