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600 Reasons to See Low

Low, the iconic band from Duluth, is performing a rare benefit concert with opener Charlie Parr at Marshall School Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 14, at 8 p.m. (doors @ 6.30pm).  This concert is presented by Life House, a local nonprofit that helps homeless kids get off the street, and back into a safe environment.

Low on World Cafe, 2011

Duluth band Low is the guest on World Cafe, which airs on 103.3 FM KUMD weekdays from 3 to 5 p.m. The interview is part of the first hour of the program.

Low on NPR – Tiny Desk Concert

Low: Tiny Desk Concert

Low – “Africa”

From the Onion A.V. Club’s series “A.V. Undercover,” Low covers Toto’s “Africa.”

Low – “Try to Sleep” featuring John Stamos

[Previously on PDD: Low and Uncle Jesse?]

Get Low’s New Album, C’mon, on the Cheap

A heads-up for frugal Duluthians, Low’s new album, C’mon, is Amazon’s MP3 Daily Deal today. You can download the whole album for only $3.99, or you can download track one, “Try to Sleep,” for absolutely free.

Low and Uncle Jesse?

Low – “Belarus”

This video was shot at various familiar locations in and around Duluth.

By the way, in addition to being a country, Belarus is also the name of a manufacturer of upright pianos.

Trailer for the new Low album C’mon

Sacred Heart Music Center, Duluth

Low show

To celebrate the release of C’mon, LOW are hitting the road. Beginning with an intimate show at St David’s Sanctuary at SXSW. Other highlights from the band’s upcoming 28-date run include LOW‘s first headlining show at Barbican in London and a performance at Radio City Music Hall with Explosions in the Sky.

Thursday, April 14, 2011
Harbor City School Theatre

New Low

Duluth’s Low will be dropping a new album April 12 with a U.S. tour to follow.

Happy Holidays from Low – FREE EP

Low – “Witches”

Live from the Larimer Lounge in Denver, Colo., Dec. 18, 2010. Video by Manuel Aragon.

Robert Plant Covering Low

Low reaches for ‘Heaven’ with dance

Duluth indie band Low is trying something very new about a very old subject as band members are collaborating with Minneapolis choreographer Morgan Thorson on “Heaven,” a dance exploring religious ritual.

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