Three-time San Diego Music Award winner Low Volts is giving the music world a much needed shock to the heart with his fuzzed-out, one-man, dirty blues-rock n’ soul performances. Armed with only a gritty old slide-guitar, thunderous kick drum laden with tambourines and dark, howling vocals, Low Volts creates a thick and swampy sound equivalent to the force of a four-piece band. Having performed to a sold out crowd at The Ryman, nationally touring with Brian Setzer, and landing songs in the smash comedy Super Troopers 2 alongside Eagles of Death Metal, Low Volts is on a steady path of rock and roll righteousness.

       Great-grandson of a traveling gospel singer who was framed for murder and sentenced to the ELECTRIC CHAIR, Low Volts would not exist today if it wasn’t for a key witness that helped pardon his distant kin in the final hours of his uncertain fate. Doc wrote and published a book about his story titled 'Up From The Depths' "The Miracle That Saved Me from the Electric Chair". This is the story that inspired the stage moniker 'LOW VOLTS'.

Shot at C-Boys Heart & Soul, Austin, TX by Ian Kasnoff

 

       

Great grandfather of Tim Lowman aka 'Low Volts'. 'Doc' Lowman was a traveling Gospel singer framed for murder and sentenced to the ELECTRIC CHAIR. Left: His book cover. Center: Playing a Gibson Style 'O' guitar in Stetson Hat and buffalo chaps. Right: Ad for double face gospel records