Life on the Road: Low Volts Shares His Top 10 Touring Tips and What It’s Like to Tour With Brian Setzer Orchestra

Tim Lowman aka Low Volts, the electrifying one-man, dirty-blues-rock n’ roller, recently finished a 28-stop nationwide tour with Brian Setzer Orchestra. Read on to learn about his experience on the road and to check out his top 10 touring tips!

Thanks for being a part of our Life on the Road series! Introduce yourself.
Thanks for reaching out! My name is Tim Lowman and I have a one-man act called Low Volts. It’s a dark and heavy, dirty-blues rock project I started about five years ago for fun and It’s been a wild ride ever since! I play down tuned slide guitar through a few amps in stereo, stomp on a vintage kick drum that’s loaded with shakers and tambourines, all while howling through a microphone. It’s heavy enough to be able to perform at larger theaters and arenas when everything is mic’d up through the mains, but can also be tame enough to play more intimate venues. Being a one-man act keeps things more streamlined for touring and the crowd seems to really dig the uniqueness of it all.

Last November you were selected to support the Brian Setzer Orchestra on a 28-stop nationwide tour! Tell us about your experience.
It was really a dream come true and a huge thanks goes out to the ReverbNation CONNECT program for helping bring us together! I learned so much about the in’s and out’s of professional show production and how to keep the crowd engaged. We played some of the finest theaters in the country where you can hear a pin drop in between songs so it really kept me on my toes about keeping my gear in proper working order and tailoring a setlist that works for the specific crowd and venue. When you’re on a tour of this caliber you only get about thirty to forty minutes to make a mark so you better knock ‘em dead!

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#RNOpps: Meet the Latest Opportunity Selections

Every month we launch amazing opportunities for our musicians to connect with the industry. Hundreds of artists submit for the chance to be featured in top publications, headline festivals, sign to labels, and more. Get to know some of the artists who have been selected for recent opportunities in the round-up below!

Free Music Video Promotion Campaign from HIP Video Promo – Campaign #2

  • M. Maggie (Watch M. Maggie’s gorgeous video for her song “Vaporize” here.)

Play CIMMfest 2016

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#RNOpps: Meet the Latest Opportunity Selections

Every month we launch amazing opportunities for our musicians to connect with the industry. Hundreds of artists submit for the chance to be featured in top publications, headline festivals, sign to labels, and more. Get to know some of the artists who have been selected for recent opportunities in the round-up below!

CBM Records A&R Search IIII

Songwriting Magazine Spring 2016 Issue

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CONNECT Songs Lands Synch Placement for The Eiffels

Wouldn’t it be cool to have your music on TV? That recently happened for ReverbNation band The Eiffels! The LA-based indie-pop trio landed a placement on UK reality show The Only Way Is Essex through CONNECT Songs. Check out the clip below to hear their infectious song “City All Night” and learn more about CONNECT Songs here.

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ICYMI: A feature in Fast Company, The Watch List’s Newest Artist, and more

From to exciting features to synch placements, it's been a busy few weeks for us and our artists. Check out our news recap for stories you may have missed!

  • We were recently featured in Fast Company for our artist development initiatives. Read the article to find out how we’re using a mix of human curation and big data to identify talented artists!
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Staff Picks: April Edition

Here at ReverbNation we're constantly discovering new music, sharing our fave songs with each other, and rocking out 24/7. So we figure, why not share some of our current picks with you? Get to know us in our Staff Picks: April Edition playlist.

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Success Story Update

Throughout the week, our ReverbNation CONNECT team keeps track of industry news and artist successes. We’ve got your weekly recap of the top stories you’ve missed, including features and premieres on Noisey, Brooklyn Vegan, and more.

Kyle Forester

Kyle Forester

Shortly after debuting “Won’t Go Crazy,” off his self-titled album, Kyle Forester shared his second single and accompanying video, “Didn’t Try To Run Away,” on Brooklyn Vegan.  Kyle, also has some shows coming up, including ReverbNation CONNECT & SIOLM’s music series, PURSUIT on April 6 along with Silverbird and Erika Spring (Au Revoir Simone).

Norwegian artist Gundelach, is getting ready to drop his debut EP ‘Spiders’ in May, but in the meantime, enjoy a spectacular soul-drenched live performance of “Alone In The Night,” presented by NBHAP.

Little Tybee

Little Tybee

Little Tybee unleashed “More Like Jason,” a soaring indie-folk jam premiered by Noisey. Impressed by their unique and engaging sound Noisey said, “the group stands to create some of the most promising and truly original music of our generation.” Head to Noisey to learn more on Little Tybee plus check out their Q&A with each one of the members!

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