The Lost Trailers, Between Stages Review
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The Lost Trailers are a ACM-Nominated, Billboard Top-10 charting American country music band. Originally established in 2000, released a series of albums with great success. Their discography includes: Story of the New Age Cowboy (2000), Trailer Trash (2002), Welcome to the Woods (2004), and self-titled The Lost Trailers (2006), which brought to fruition entrance to the Billboard Hot Country Song charts with “Call Me Crazy” and “Why Me.” The a fifth album, Holler Back (2008), producing a Top-Ten country hit in its title track and a Top 20 in “How ‘Bout You Don’t.” After a brief hiatus, the relaunch in 2011, by singer-songwriter Jason Wyatt joined Stokes Nielson, re-established The Lost Trailers. This re-established group released the single “Underdog” and then released “American Beauty.” Lead singer Jason Wyatt announced he was departing the duo in April 2014 to focus on a solo career. In the summer of 2014, The Lost Trailers set out on their summer tour, featuring Stokes Nielson, along with longtime fixture guitar-slinger Charles Longoria, bassist Jimmy Lykens & Jeff Dane on vocals. Now in 2018 after many adaptations of the group, The Lost Trailers released a new studio album Between Stages in October. In addition to the new studio album the band will be going back out on tour with Jeff Dane on lead vocals. That’s the short of it!
Apple Pie Moonshine
Cards We're Dealt
Release Date: October 10, 2018
Grade One View Music
Nice variety of Contemporary Country music, the highlight are: "Smoke Signals," Apple Pie Moonshine" and "Between Stages."