Kimberly Ann Lowe
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Sep
14
Kimberly Ann Lowe @ Little Nashville Opry

Nashville, Indiana, USA

Nashville, Indiana, USA

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The best kept secret in music

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An original song that brought the singer and several in the audience to tears apparently wowed the judges too at the Colgate Country Music Showdown. Kimberly Lowe, a 38 year old mom from Indianapolis, won the WRBI True Ford Mercury country music singing contest Friday at the Batesville Music and Arts Festival in the park. She sang Big Deal but then took to the keyboards and explained the next song was an original, written about three people close to her who had died. She said afterwards that it was not the first time she had performed it in public, but it affects her every time she sings it.
She also was thrilled to have won, and wiped a tear of joy on stage. Her husband was there to help her celebrate. They were celebrating their anniversary the next day. "It's a good weekend," she exclaimed.
2nd place went to a poised 14 year old from Steubenville, Ohio, Catherine Losey, the last contestant, who sang a country/blues rendition of Black Velvet and I Want to be a Cowboy Sweetheart where she yodeled.
The audience was impressed with the poise and stage presence, particularly of the young contestants, another one being just 16.
Four of the contestants were from the Batesville area and brought their fans and relatives. The winner advances to the state competition in Indianapolis. Lowe has competed in other Colgate contests, but said she wants to go all the way with this win! After the state competition, they compete regionally, and then on to the finals with the chance to win $100,000.
- Batesville Review


Discography

The Last To Know
Misguided Angel
The Train Rolls On

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Kimberly Ann Lowe is a multi-talented Christian-Country Music Singer/Songwriter Musician and Entertainer from Indianapolis, Indiana.

Singing solos in church at the age of three and playing piano at the age of five, Kimberly is no stranger to music. Throughout Middle School and High School She was actively involved in Show Choir, Jazz Band and Marching Band (playing trumpet) as well as the lead role in various Musicals. During those years, Kimberly accumulated over 40 medals for State music competitions with vocal, Piano and a trumpet categories.

Kimberly started performing in various Bands at the age of 18. At the age of 25 she was lead singer with the #1 Country Band in Indiana as awarded by Nuvo magazine three years in a row. The band played various clubs performing throughout Indiana to Norfolk Virginia.

Over the course of the last eighteen years, Kimberly has performed at numerous festivals and events, including the Marion County Fair, Indiana State Fair, Deer Creek Music Center, The Ritz Music Hall, Midsummer Festival, Bearstock, CircleFest, Madison Regatta, Eiteljorg Museum Great Chili Cookoff, The Indianapolis 500,Greater Chesepeake Bay Crab Festival and The little Nashville Opry. Kimberly has opened for various artists including Alabama, Bighouse, Buffalo Club, Deana Carter, Neil McCoy, Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis.

Kimberly has been a local winner in the Colgate Country Showdown four years representing WRBI, Batesville, Indiana, WIFE Connersville, Indiana, KORN Columbus Indiana, and WNKR Dry Ridge, Kentucky. In 2003 and 2004 she was the State Winner of the Colgate Country Showdown representing the State of Indiana two years in a row.In 2005 she was declared the winner of the Little Nashville Opry Talent Contest.

In addition to these accomplishments, Kimberly is a devoted Wife and mother to two boys. She continues to pursue her passion for performing and is currently writing songs and recording. She is currently the Worship Leader at her Church home in New Palestine, Indiana as well as teaching traditional hymns and producing church programs to children grades 1-5.

“I grew up listening to Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and one of my dads favorites, The Statler Brothers to name a few. One of my sources of inspiration today is Martina McBride. I feel her music impacts others in a positive way. When I hear one of her songs, it draws me in and holds my attention until she sings her very last note. This is what I strive for when performing. One of my main goals is to perform where so many wonderful and talented artists have, at the Grand Old Opry. Yes, I am still waiting for that “Big Break” like so many of us dream for but I know God has given me a special gift, and I intend to keep singing, playing and performing to see what he has in store for me next.”