Lumbee musician, songwriter, mentor and visual artist Willie Lowery passed away two months ago after a career of over four decades in art, music and community involvement. The psychedelic swamp rock, eponymous LP from his 1969 band Plant and See, is now set for reissue by Paradise of Bachelors. …read more »
Willie French Lowery was a Lumbee Indian from Robeson County, North Carolina with a career that spanned forty years experience as a professional singer, songwriter and guitarist. He performed with artists such as Floyd Westerman, Ulali, The Allman Brothers, and Clyde McPhatter, and recorded with several musical groups including “Plant and See” (White Whale Records) and “Lumbee” (Radnor Records).