Ada Native Rasheed Lowery is a smooth sounding master of the six strings with unfathomable confidence and sultry stage presence time and time again. He tries to take every song he loves, learn them, and then add his own soulful touch to them (which is what we have all come to love about him.) In his own words, “When I started playing, that good feeling I could see on my dad's face took over, and then it went from wanting to play to needing to play.” Well said, sir. And it's a good thing, because otherwise we would never have seen him sitting on a patio playing Landslide and absolutely killing it. That's the best thing about Rasheed, that you can never predict what he is going to do next because he plays what he loves, and the man loves music. No boundaries, no categories, no limits, no stereotypes. If you think you know what you're getting, you're selling it short by a mile. He's the man to see if you really want to understand why people say every day that Ada has talent hiding in plain sight. He has a guitar, an amazing voice, and an understanding of what music should be that shows he has the wisdom of a much older player.