The Lowest Pair performs at the library

The Lowest Pair

Conway’s own Kendl Winter and songster Palmer T. Lee will be at the Faulkner County Library at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, with her newest band, The Lowest Pair.

The Lowest Pair is a quirky, old-time roots influenced duet, featuring the high lonesome harmonies of banjo pickin’ songsters Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee. They perform both traditional and original music, often nestling-in somewhere between. Arkansas born, and homesteading in Olympia, Kendl is a solo artist on indie record label K Records and was one of the founding members of the popular string band The Blackberry Bushes. Palmer hails from Minneapolis, Minn., and is the front man of high energy festival favorites bluegrass outfit, The Boys n’ the Barrels. The two met in early 2013 and began discussing the idea of collaborating. Shorty thereafter they hit the road with their banjos and an old guitar. A few months after the duet formed they teamed up with Dave Simonette of Trampled By Turtles to record their debut record “36¢” put out by Team Love Records. They are road warriors with a city folk front and back porch sentiment. This dynamic duo is turning heads across the country.

All library events are free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

For more information, call the library at 327-7482 or email Nancy@fcl.org, Facebook and Twitter.

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