About Hal Lowe

Guitar player, singer, and one-man band currently performing and playing music in the Wilmington, Delaware, area. Hal has been entertaining audiences for more than 40 years. He began his musical career at the age of 13 and has appeared everywhere from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Tacoma, Washington, to Russellville, Arkansas and back.

Hal has had his share of impressive gigs.  At the age of 16 he appeared at the New York Worlds Fair to audiences estimated at over 100,000. Just a few years ago he appeared at the famed Arkansas Peach Festival to crowds ranging from 40,000 to 50,000.  His gigs tend to be a little smaller these days, but his music has never been better.

Hal has written over 200 songs. He wrote the music and lyrics and recorded "Lost Teardrops" and "Dreams Can Come True" with the Wanderers in the late 1960s. The Wanderers - featuring Hal Lowe, George Kaltner and George Pearson - regularly appeared at a nightclub in Atlantic City, New Jersey, called "The Shamrock" It was located on Kentucky avenue. The Shamrock's gone now replaced by a casino.

Hal Lowe, George Kaltner and George Pearson