Low-reen & Graham Warwick!

Low-reen & Graham Warwick are Chicago Blues meets Texas Hill Country Blues! Low-reen & Graham on guitars & vocals were brought together in music by Low-reen’s brother, drummer Ron Lewis, and have performed together since 2018, both as a duo and with a band.

Low-reen on growling vocals, telecaster, and bass guitar is a songwriter who brings her sizzling hot Chicago Blues to entertain old and new fans alike. Low-reen has a soulful sultry voice carefully curated by smokes & whiskey 🙂 that many have compared to Janis. Low-reen has been influenced by many many musicians before her, from Chicago’s own Robert Nighthawk to Muddy, Honeyboy to Wolf, Magic Sam to Jimmy Reed, as well as rock’s bluesier side Grateful Dead to Rolling Stones. Low-reen picked up guitar later in life, influenced by her friendship with her mentor David Honeyboy Edwards. Low-reen took a few classes at Old Town School of Folk Music with renowned guitarists Eric Noden & Chris Walz. Low-reen honed her skills as a musician and vocalist as well as an entertainer, sitting in with and playing alongside legendary Chicago Blues musicians such as Tail Dragger, Elmore James Jr, Little Scotty, Tony Brown, Charles Delta Blues Hog Hayes, Peewee Hayes, Bobby Too Tuff, Paul Petraitis, Rockin’ Johnny, Eddie Taylor Jr, Willie Buck, Killer Ray Allison, & LT McGee. All that good mojo has rubbed off!

Graham Warwick brings a style of entertainment every bit as authentic as the blues music he plays to venues throughout the Texas Hill Country. Graham performs solo and with the Sensational Bonafide Blues Band in the company of some of the finest chops the Hill Country can deliver. Graham brings the blues alive, focusing on authentic, time-tested standards from the first half of the 20th century, with moving renditions on favorites such as the “St. James Infirmary Blues” and “What a Wonderful World”. However, some of his most popular tunes are ones that he’s written himself. He released his 2015 CD After All These Years on Cool Blues Hat Records label. Graham was a New Folk Songwriting finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival, and has performed at KFF three times. He was voted Best Blues Band by 2004 Hill Country Happenings. With his partner Emmett Smith, Graham won the Simply Texas Blues Festival Blues Challenge and moved on to the 2014 International Blues Challenge in Memphis.

Low-reen & Graham Warwick have performed together around Texas at Roadhouse Paige, Angler’s Bastrop, several shows at Willows @ Sherwood Forest Faire McDade, William Chris Vineyards Hye, as well as the Illinois / Wisconsin area at Waukegan Fest & Kenosha Fusion. Low-reen & Graham are a dynamic duo that’s READY to BRING IT!