Eddie Low MNZM
Full name: Eddie Low
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Described by his peers as 'The Voice in a Million' spent many years in the Auckland institute for the Blind, where he learnt to play numerous instruments and discovered a love of music. He formed a duo with his friend John Rowles and left New Zealand for a career in Australia in 1964 at age 21. There he established his career touring and performing throughout Australia.
Eddie has performed, toured and held his own with some of the Country music greats. Johnny Cash, Charlie Pride, Kenny Rogers and many more. He is one of the very few to do an 'encore' at the 'Grand ole Opry'. He has received many awards, his New Zealand Order of Merit from Her Majesty the Queen in 2006, the Benny Award and the Country Music Legend Award. He also paints and plays a mean hand of golf.