Supa Lowery Bros

Supa Lowery Bros

BandJazzHip Hop

Jazzhiphopsoulrnb! Put it all together and you have the Supa Lowery Bros. Music that captivates with sounds from the urban streets, melodic melodies, inner city soul and blues. Feel the warmth of their sound as they paint the colors for only you to see.


Trumpeter Christopher Lowery and his brother, drummer Wesley Lowery, are the heart of the Supa Lowery Bros (SLB). Currently based in Los Angeles, their sound mirrors the spirit and influence of their hometown Philadelphia, with original compositions that range in style from jazz and hip hop to R&B and funk. The two have been playing professionally since the age of 16. Chris has studied under three time Grammy Award nominee trumpeter, Donald Byrd, and had the immense opportunity to play with him at Amsterdam's renowned jazz festivals. The band has played at numerous venues in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Miami and more. They've also performed with Def Jam recording artist, Musiq Soulchild, R&B singer, Bilal and the late Grover Washington Jr. Chris Lowery has toured with Latin pop star, Shakira and hip-hop superstar, Wyclef Jean.



Written By: Christopher Lowery

No lyrics/ Instrumental


Supa Lowery Bros’ songs “Fur Live” and “Never Ending Story” are in rotation on Garth Trinidad’s radio show, Chocolate City, Saturdays, 6 – 9pm on KCRW 89.9FM, Los Angeles, CA; “High St.” has aired on Jazzin’ It Up with Ana, Thursdays, 5 – 7pm on WRCU 90.1, Hamilton, NY.

SLB have independently released 3 albums, High St. Vol. 1, Supa Lowery Bros Vol. 2, and most recently, Street Bop. They have sold several thousand copies of their albums at live performances during the past 6 years.

Several of many great reviews of the Supa Lowery Bros music can be found at (2004), (2008), and (2007).
"This is the album I searched all over New York City for." - Mark Sabbatini, All About Jazz

"Sunsets" and "Fur Live" are heard in the Overbrook film, After Autumn (2007), an official selection of the American Black Film Festival. "Fur Live" is heard in the satire, Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary (2007).

There have been over 21, 000 visits to the SLB website, nearly 32,545 profile views and 32,545 song plays on their MySpace music profile, over 29,000 views of their performances on YouTube, and there are over 1,300 fans in their email database.

Set List

Two 45 min sets
Jazz, R&B & Hip Hop Covers

Song List:
Father Time
Dem Blues
Philly Boyz
Fur Live
She Gotta Have It
Never Ending Story
A Dream 4 Ever Had