“At times the musicianship on display is breath-taking. One of the surprise best gigs of the year.” The Crack, June 2017
American twosome The Lowest Pair feature the duel banjo picking of Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee. Draped in Kendl’s high lonesome harmonies and Palmer’s Midwest croon, their debut album was hailed by American Songwriter. Arkansas-born and now homesteading in Olympia, Kendl brings to The Lowest Pair her wonderfully weaving poetry of song, old and new, and a voice somewhere between Gillian Welch and Iris DeMent with a little Olympia twist. Palmer T. Lee who hails from Minneapolis was nineteen years old when he inherited a couple of banjos and discovered he could reassemble them into his dream instrument. Palmer’s songs are distilled into the warm sweet sounds of his percussive wordplay and the melodic interludes of his own unique style played on a pieced together banjo.
“Music for sunshine and mint juleps.” Fatea magazine
“Voices just born to sing bluegrass and old-time.” Lonesome Highway (Ireland)
“A musical marriage made in heaven.” R2 magazine
“Vocal perfection.” Americana UK