WELCOME TO LowellsMusic.com
, home of CalBilly Music.
Lowell Shyette is a musical maverick
singer/songwriter and an outstanding guitarist. With a love for
the open road and the heritage of the Americans who built and
defended the good old U.S.A., his deep patriotism is reflected
in his songs about American heroes and the `uncommon common man`...
like Ronald Reagan, Mr. President,
God Bless John Wayne!
("The Duke = America's #1 patriotic actor), They
Fought for Old Glory, for America's fighting men of
WWII, and his new anthem, A
Patriot Heart (and a Free Man's Mind). Also songs
for the every-day-hero long haul truckers.
Long before the horrific events of 9/11/01,
Lowell was proudly writing patriotic, flag-waving songs.
Lowell's songs, in a wide range of music
grooves, reflect the passions of real men and women living their
lives. His love songs are dedicated to the women who still `stand
by their men!` He has drawn musical inspiration and style from
country music legends Lefty Frizzell, Merle Haggard,
Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, the Western Swing of
Bob Wills, and the truckers' own troubadors, Dave Dudley
and Red Sovine, among many others.
Founding independent CalBilly Music
in Nashville, Lowell released his GOD BLESS JOHN WAYNE!
CD in 1998. His music has been played repeatedly on the Conservative
radio shows of Oliver North, Ken Hamblin, Jerry
Hughes and others, along with live interviews and performances.
His country songs, like the grassroots classic, Santa Drives
a Peterbilt, have been played on syndicated trucking shows.
A musical artist with a Populist/Conservative
bent, "in the trenches of the Culture War," Lowell has been fiercely
independent of the Liberal politics of today's music business.
Instead, he's offering his music directly for you to enjoy.
- Interview and songs from A FREE MAN'S
MIND on Ken Hamblin Radio Show, Christmas edition,
- Lowell's Christmas songs played on Dave
Nemo Radio Trucking Network, 12-02.
- Ronald Reagan, Mr. President, on
Fox News Channel, "Fox & Friends" for Reagan's 90th
birthday show, 2-9-01.
- Oliver North's Radio Show,
D-Day edition, Washington, D.C., 6-3-01.