Lo Carter is a southern belle hailing from Atlanta, GA that enjoys writing and singing about love-life experiences with a classic soul twist. A true blend of R&B and Soul, she puts pen to pad and lets the words and melodies come from deep within. After one listen, you can hear heartfelt passion and soul in her music.

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Lo has backed many independent artists  Damien Horne, Kevin Whalum, Wil Hogue and Brit Savage to name a few. She has performed throughout the southeastern and mid-west United States.

She is a hard worker and that hard work is paying off. Lo Carter opened for R&B/Soul sensation Anthony Hamilton in 2008. That same year, her fun loving personality and energy on stage eventually led to performances backing Marvin Sapp at the 2008 Stellar Awards.

Later, while singing with the Joe Johnson Band, she had the privilege of backing great R&B vocalists like Angela Winbush, Glenn Jones, and Howard Hewett to name a few.

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With the release of her first album, Seasons, in 2011, Lo Carter’s star is rising and this is just the beginning. She was nominated for a Nashville Independent Music Award in the category of Best Female R&B Artist in 2010 and 2011, Best Female Performance in 2011, and the best is yet to come.

Lo Carter continues to give back to the community by participating in charitable benefits, previously lending her support to disaster relief efforts for the Nashville Flood Victims, the Haiti Earthquake efforts, Boys and Girls Club events, and more.

“It’s all Soul music. It’s just expressed in different ways…I want people to be moved when they hear my songs…music that motivates a positive response and encourages honest communication in relationships.”  –Lo Carter

She lends her vocal coaching skills to aspiring youth and “young at heart” via community workshops or private lessons; and she consistently works with local community organizations promoting and planning artistic community events. Lo Carter’s music moves people. See for yourself!




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