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LOST DOG street band

May 19th 2018 @ Wilbert's Food & Music

Cleveland, OH
I Was There
About LOST DOG street band
Genres:
Country, Folk
Saturday, May 19th, 2018
9:00 PM
Wilbert's Food & Music
812 Huron Road East, Cleveland, OH 44115
Lost Dog Street Band began when a songwriter from tennessee and a fiddle player from south dakota began playing music on the streets to fund thier addiction to rastlin' frieght trains. their last band ( Barefoot Surrender ) split ways in (january 2011)oregon and they tramped a hard winter back to dixie. they met back with their old friend christian to start on a new album and a new life. by next winter they were meeting some old friends back in the northwest and started a new band called SPIT SHINE. the original lost dog Daisy Mae died that summer and the band name was thought to be done with. a new lost dog Copper Tod was found that fall and revived a new spirit. spit shine went on for the next year and a half. 'life's a dog-gone shame' recording began early in 2013 with help from band members of Barefoot Surrender(Jason O'dea) and Spit Shine(Nicholas Ridout) .lost dog street band finally got a van to do a real tour. shortly before the albums release best friend, brother, and band mate Nicholas Ridout died at the age of 24. the next year is unknown....

The Tillers


RESS & QUOTES..."An established band with their musical plow deep within the soil of their forefathers reaping and reviving not only the rich history of their surroundings but planting seeds in the listener’s heart and brain…the hand is firmly on the plow indeed. The Tillers do not disappoint.”-No Depression“Through non-stop touring, The Tillers have made quite a name for themselves with their “must see” live show but with their new album, Hand On The Plow, the spotlight should now rest on their great songwriting and give them the wide-spread recognition they deserve.” -Atlas and the Anchor“Like a passer-by on a summer drive through the country, I have had the privilege of monitoring the Tillers’ own growth throughout the years. Coming in with fresh eyes to each gig, I have enjoyed the fruits of the rapid advancement of their musical garden of delights. Don’t get me wrong, Mike Oberst and Sean Geil’s talent were present from the beginning. But with the cultivation of endless (and no doubt thankless) tours and pub dates, these two “brothers in melody” were suddenly tapping into progressively deeper and darker tillage. Put plainly: they just kept getting better and better.Like no other group I’ve ever heard, the Tillers are able to break your heart with an intangible, timeless pain. Combined they harmonize like the Celestial Monochorde of old, awakening once again the ancient muses to strum the heartstrings of man. Apart, they voice a pained, hoarse timbre that hearkens to their own personal losses…losses we all sweetly suffer vicariously through their melody.The metaphor of gardening and growth is not lost on those who hear The Tillers. The arabesque spread of their burgeoning tones resemble the health of summer plantlife, spring rains and abundance. It comes as no surprise that singer/banjoist Mike Oberst is himself a farmer (there is something to be said for real life, agrarian experience and its natural bi-product of folk music.)Knuckled roots weaving through the Appalachian coffins of old souls buried in veins of coal…The Earth and Her cycles of life and death is the running theme here. But isn’t it the ultimate theme? Whether the modern ear is turned deaf to these truths or not, we all must heed the holler that the Tillers intone.Nose to the ground, hand on the plow, hard work and harmonies. Take it from an old fan, if you are reading this now, you are the lucky one. For this is fertile ground indeed.”-Col. J.D. Wilkes, Th' Legendary Shack Shakers
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About LOST DOG street band
Genres:
Country, Folk
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Fan Live Reviews
September 20th 2018
Amazing show
September 14th 2018
Absolutely amazing show! My husband and I are looking forward to see Lost Dog again. They never disappoint.
June 2nd 2018
Nice place. The stage is small. So you have to pack in tight. It got a little hot being packed in like that to see the show. Not the bands were worth it
Cindy
Nashville, TN@
Exit/In
March 6th 2018
Great show!!!!