Cousin Charlie Lowman makes his professional bluegrass music debut as the bass player for The Kody Norris Show.
Charlie discovered an innate passion for music at the ripe age of 12 years old and quickly showed an aptitude for a variety of instruments. After a family trip to the Mountains of East Tenn. Charlie knew that's what he wanted to do! So, he did! Starting with banjo, then quickly moving to the guitar, bass, mandolin and even fiddle; Charlies versatility quickly landed him many fill in stints with several notable bands such as; Tommy Brown and County Line Grass, Johnny Campbell and the Drifters, the Mark Hembree Band, Basement Bluegrass Band and even more recently starting his own band Charlie Lowman and Emory Gap.
Growing up in Evanston, Illinois Charlie's love for bluegrass music would grow more and more every Saturday night as you could find him sitting in the front row of the Chicago Bluegrass Legends Concert Series at the American Legion Hall In Evanston. It was there that Charlie met just about anybody and everybody in the music industry!
Charlie keeps the Kody Norris Show in time and always in a smile! His contagious personality is radiant not only on the stage but off as well. Charlie now resides in Mountain City, TN.