Mic Lowry, stylised as MiC LOWRY, is a British vocal harmony boy band from Liverpool singing pop, contemporary R&B and soul music. The five-member band was formed in 2011 and is made up of Delleile Ankrah, Akia Jones, Kaine Ofoeme, Ben Sharples and Michael Welch, who all attended Calderstones School in Liverpool. They were previously signed with Universal Music Group but chose to continue independently after the release of their EP MOOD.
The band's name comes from Manchester's The Lowry Centre, which was the first venue the boys performed in.
The band released their EP The Show in 2015 and their first single "Oh Lord" in 2016, with sampling and large rearrangement of parts of the Phil Collins hit "In the Air Tonight". Their follow-up single, "Whiskey Kisses", was released on 10 March 2017.
They appeared on BBC Introducing Merseyside stage and BBC Radio 1Xtra. In 2014 they won the MOBO Unsung Award, in 2015 were nominated for the BET Best International Newcomer and in 2016 won Liverpool's GIT Award. They opened for Justin Bieber in Liverpool, London, Birmingham, Leicester and Manchester in the European leg of his Purpose World Tour and performed in 37 European dates in 22 cities.
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