Lo Carter
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Lo Carter

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Soon to be released EP, "Seasons", scheduled for early summer! "Suga" and "Let Go" from the "Seasons" EP currently in indie rotation in Nashville and on internet radio.



Lo Carter is a southern belle hailing from Atlanta, GA that enjoys writing and singing about love-life experiences with a classic soul twist. A true blend of R&B/Soul, Lo Carter puts pen to pad and lets the words and melodies come from deep within. One listen to "Suga" or "Let Go" and you can hear that passion and soul permeate the speakers. Her lyrics exude a playful maturity any age group can relate to and a sensuality and confidence any man or woman can identify with.

After humble beginnings in Atlanta, GA singing in the youth church choir at the age of four, Lo went on to study music in high school and college, playing the saxophone, trombone, and singing in the chorus. Lo's father made sure she was heavily versed in Motown/Stax records, reggae, jazz and gospel quartet music, while her brother helped to develop her ear for mainstream music, hip-hop, dancehall and R&B. Her own interest in alternative music, classic rock, dance and pop music rounded out her ear for "good feelin" tunes. Her destiny and future career were inevitable.

Lo has backed many independent artists: Damien Horne, Joe E. Rich, Maureen Murphy, Miss Jackie Wilson, Miss April Rucker, Michael Inge, Darnell Levine, Terri Brinegar, Brit Savage, Jonathan Austin, JJ Lee, and Myshel to name a few. Moreover, her fun loving personality and energy on stage eventually led to performances backing Marvin Sapp at the 2008 Stella Awards, Angela Wimbush, Phil Perry, and the Joe Johnson band at the 92Q Music Festival and some great performances at Nashville's finest live music venues. Less than two months after her debut as a solo artist, Lo Carter was the opening act for Anthony Hamilton, performing to an audience of over 1,000 people...

...and Lo Carter’s music moves people. What kind of movement you ask? Check out the music and see for yourself!............