Low Artistfacts

  • 1993-
    Alan SparhawkVocals, guitar1993-
    Mimi ParkerDrums, vocals1993-
    Steve GarringtonBass2008-2020
  • American indie rock band Low originally formed in Duluth, Minnesota in 1993. Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker are the husband and wife who founded the band. Much of Low's material comes from their Mormon faith.
  • Their 2002 album Trust and 2009 album C'mon were recorded at Sacred Heart Studio, which is a converted Catholic church in Duluth.


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