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About Lost & Nameless

The Lost & Nameless Orchestra is on the verge of something special. Festival appearances at Old Settler’s Music Festival - the premier Americana showcase in Central Texas – as well as the Kerrville Folk Festival, Fitzgerald’s American Music Festival in Chicago, plus headlining shows at such esteemed venues as Austin’s Cactus Cafe, Houston’s Mucky Duck, and Gruene Hall in the Texas Hill Country mean a rapidly growing fan base for the supremely talented quartet. As audiences from Portland, Oregon, to New York City have discovered, the energy coming from the stage when the Lost & Nameless Orchestra is in full flight is astounding. Now, after producing two EPs and a self-titled album on their own, the quartet is preparing for the next step in their evolution. In August 2013, they entered the Nashville studio of Grammy winning producer Bil VornDick (Alison Krauss, Jim Lauderdale, T-Bone Burnett, Peter Rowan) to record a collection of new songs with hopes of releasing their next record early in 2014. VornDick states, “I feel this album will break them out into the world market. It’s real refreshing.” Arkansas fiddle champion, Chris E. Peterson met guitarist/vocalist Patrick Conway in St. Louis, and after playing and touring together they ended up in Austin. The lineup solidified with the addition of Nathan Quiring on keyboards and 17-year-old music prodigy, fiddler Kimberly Zielnicki. The resulting chemistry among the foursome has propelled them into new and exciting territory individually and as a band. Peterson began teaching Zielnicki violin and fiddle when she was 9 years old. She would join them onstage; at first for a song or two, and eventually as a full-fledged member of the band. In the intervening years Zielnicki has studied under nationally recognized names Mark O’Connor and Elana James of the Hot Club of Cowtown. She won the Youth Talent Competition at Old Settler’s in 2012 and later that same year, was recognized as being in the top 1% of all UIL violinists in Texas. Lost & Nameless Orchestra is capable of and impressive on traditional fiddle tunes, Americana, folk-rock, alternative country and more, and they’ve all picked up new instruments to serve the music: Patrick on harmonica to Nathan’s accordion to Kimberly’s bass guitar to Chris’ lap steel. Their innate talents allow them to make switching instruments easy. The audience at a Lost & Nameless Orchestra show is just one of the amazing things about seeing the band live. The quartet attracts both young and old. As was seen on Good Morning America this year the band drove members of the audience to literally - dance on the tables! All react to a foot stomping set of fiddle tunes, a sweet country song like “Ten Directions,” and a heartfelt duet like “When U Love Somebody” with an equal amount of delight. New album WHEN YOU WALKED INTO THE ROOM available now.
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Genres:
Fiddle-driven Folk Rock
Band Members:
Chris E. Peterson - fiddle mandolin percussion vocals lap steel bass, Kimberly Zielnicki - vocals fiddle bass keyboards ukulele, booklostandnameless@gmail.com, Nathan Quiring - keyboards accordion vocals, Patrick Conway - lead vocals guitars bass banjo
Hometown:
Austin, Texas

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Brian
March 28th 2017
Lost & Nameless put on a high-five energy, fun show, with a great variety of music! They had the audience (which ranged from toddlers to senior citizens) dancing, bouncing and tapping their feet!
Austin, TX@
Central Market - North Lamar

About Lost & Nameless

The Lost & Nameless Orchestra is on the verge of something special. Festival appearances at Old Settler’s Music Festival - the premier Americana showcase in Central Texas – as well as the Kerrville Folk Festival, Fitzgerald’s American Music Festival in Chicago, plus headlining shows at such esteemed venues as Austin’s Cactus Cafe, Houston’s Mucky Duck, and Gruene Hall in the Texas Hill Country mean a rapidly growing fan base for the supremely talented quartet. As audiences from Portland, Oregon, to New York City have discovered, the energy coming from the stage when the Lost & Nameless Orchestra is in full flight is astounding. Now, after producing two EPs and a self-titled album on their own, the quartet is preparing for the next step in their evolution. In August 2013, they entered the Nashville studio of Grammy winning producer Bil VornDick (Alison Krauss, Jim Lauderdale, T-Bone Burnett, Peter Rowan) to record a collection of new songs with hopes of releasing their next record early in 2014. VornDick states, “I feel this album will break them out into the world market. It’s real refreshing.” Arkansas fiddle champion, Chris E. Peterson met guitarist/vocalist Patrick Conway in St. Louis, and after playing and touring together they ended up in Austin. The lineup solidified with the addition of Nathan Quiring on keyboards and 17-year-old music prodigy, fiddler Kimberly Zielnicki. The resulting chemistry among the foursome has propelled them into new and exciting territory individually and as a band. Peterson began teaching Zielnicki violin and fiddle when she was 9 years old. She would join them onstage; at first for a song or two, and eventually as a full-fledged member of the band. In the intervening years Zielnicki has studied under nationally recognized names Mark O’Connor and Elana James of the Hot Club of Cowtown. She won the Youth Talent Competition at Old Settler’s in 2012 and later that same year, was recognized as being in the top 1% of all UIL violinists in Texas. Lost & Nameless Orchestra is capable of and impressive on traditional fiddle tunes, Americana, folk-rock, alternative country and more, and they’ve all picked up new instruments to serve the music: Patrick on harmonica to Nathan’s accordion to Kimberly’s bass guitar to Chris’ lap steel. Their innate talents allow them to make switching instruments easy. The audience at a Lost & Nameless Orchestra show is just one of the amazing things about seeing the band live. The quartet attracts both young and old. As was seen on Good Morning America this year the band drove members of the audience to literally - dance on the tables! All react to a foot stomping set of fiddle tunes, a sweet country song like “Ten Directions,” and a heartfelt duet like “When U Love Somebody” with an equal amount of delight. New album WHEN YOU WALKED INTO THE ROOM available now.
Show More
Genres:
Fiddle-driven Folk Rock
Band Members:
Chris E. Peterson - fiddle mandolin percussion vocals lap steel bass, Kimberly Zielnicki - vocals fiddle bass keyboards ukulele, booklostandnameless@gmail.com, Nathan Quiring - keyboards accordion vocals, Patrick Conway - lead vocals guitars bass banjo
Hometown:
Austin, Texas

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