Bill Lowery began his career in Atlanta as a disc jockey and broadcaster for Georgia Tech football games at radio station WGST in 1948. His weekly programs at the station included Musical Tune and Uncle Ebenezer Brown. Bill also worked at WQXI and is credited with coining the phrase "Quixie In Dixie". In 1958, Lowery formed National Recording Corporation in Atlanta and initially recorded at WGST Radio studios. Bill eventually formed Lowery Music. He helped to establish the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and was one of the first two inductees.