Blue Mountain Entertainment sponsors Lowe family
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The Lowe family performs at Monticello High Schol on September 13. Courtesy photo
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“Think colossal.  Then think beyond.  Only then will you have an idea of the titanic amount of talent within the musical Lowe Family,” says entertainment reporter Julie Kilmer. 

Straight from Branson, MO, the popular group will appear on Monday, September 13, as the season opener of Blue Mountain Entertainment.  The show begins at 7 p.m. at the Monticello High School auditorium.  A grant from the Utah Arts Council’s On Stage Utah allows BME to present this outstanding performing family.

With over 250,000 hours of practicing, 10,000 music lessons, 50 instruments, and 25 years of entertaining, the Lowe Family has earned the reputation at America’s Most Talented Family. 

Through music, song, and dance, the Lowe Family shares its talents via TV, radio, and live performances around the world. 

Versatile with many instruments, the Lowes offer an amazing blend of show-stopping classical, Broadway, Irish, jazz, bluegrass, old-time favorites, spectacular dance, 6-part harmony, gospel, and more.

Based in Branson, MO, the Lowe Family spends several months each year performing in the Lawrence Welk Theatre.  When they’re not in Branson, they tour throughout the United States and in select international venues.  Most recently, the Family appeared with the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and has been featured as special guests during the Olympics.

“The musical capabilities of the entire family are amazing.  They have honed their skills so that they can perform any type of music and do it with exceptional skill,” said Cincinnati Post writer Johnnie Wolfe.  “The finale was the Best!  Simply outstanding!”

You don’t have to go to Branson to enjoy this fantastic program.  BME memberships, which will gain admittance to all of the season’s programs, are again available:  Families $60, Adults, $24, and Students $12.  Individual program tickets will also be sold at the door:  Families $30, Adults 12, and Students $6.
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