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Lonesome Farewell Tour 2022

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Until I Recoup (Glory I)
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Fighting Like Hell To Be Free
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Beautiful Curse
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What Keeps Me Up Now
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Jalisco Bloom
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End With You
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Cost Of The High
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Hayden's Lament
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Losing Again
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I Believe (Glory II)
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GLORY

Redemption, resolve, and reflection run deep on Glory, the new album from Lost Dog Street Band

UPCOMING SHOWS

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Lonesome Farewell Tour

With Special Guests The Local Honeys

DATE CITY/STATE VENUE TICKET LINK
Sept 23, 2022
Ashland, KY
Firefox Music & Arts Festival
Sept 24, 2022
Lewisburg, WV
Healing Appalachia
Sept 25, 2022
Charlottesville, VA
The Jefferson Theater
Sept 27, 2022
Washington D.C., DC
The Howard Theatre
Sept 28, 2022
Philadelphia, PA
Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia
Sept 29, 2022
Jersey City, NJ
White Eagle Hall
Sept 30, 2022
Somerville, MA
Somerville Theatre
Oct 1, 2022
Burlington, VT
Higher Ground Ballroom
Oct 2, 2022
Portland, ME
State Theatre
Oct 5, 2022
Buffalo, NY
Buffalo Iron Works
Oct 6, 2022
Pittsburgh, PA
Thunderbird Music Hall
Oct 7, 2022
Cleveland, OH
Agora Theatre
Oct 8, 2022
Columbus, OH
The Bluestone
Oct 9, 2022
Detroit, MI
Saint Andrew's Hall
Oct 13, 2022
Newport, KY
The Southgate House Revival
Oct 14, 2022
Louisville, KY
Mercury Ballroom
Oct 15, 2022
Knoxville, TN
Bijou Theatre
Oct 16, 2022
Pineville, KY
Bell Theater
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Lost Dog Street Band/Benjamin Tod Vinyl Bundle

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BIOGRAPHY

Lost Dog Street Band - Survived Tour promo photo After dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band released its 2022 album Glory, bandleader Benjamin Tod decided it was time to retire the project. Tod, alongside his wife Ashley Mae (fiddle), had been working together as a band since 2011. “I came to terms with letting go of Lost Dog completely, which is how I evaluate a lot of things in general,” explains Tod. “Oftentimes when I’m trying to make a really hard decision, I go ahead and go through the process of mourning its death and accepting that I am going to lose it.” But just a month after recording a solo project in January of 2023, Tod felt an urge to revisit the project one more time.

“I thought I was done with Lost Dog, but after recording my solo album, I looked over all the songs that I had ready for a new record. These were songs for my band. I had to admit to myself that I wasn’t done with Lost Dog.” That energy is infectious throughout the album, beginning with opener “Brighter Shade.” Guitar melodies interlock with Ashley Mae’s fiddle line, providing plenty of room for a staggering mandolin part and shuffling drums. “Each day I love you more,” Tod croons, singing to his wife. “I could leave but some part of me would stay,” he adds, before concluding, “And only I can love you like I do, and you dare to trade it all for a brighter shade of blue.”

Though there was heartbreak at the prospect of the project coming to an end, its resurrection has meant all the more in this new context. “I definitely felt a good amount of grief and sadness that it was going to come to a close. I resisted, but then I accepted that it was going to come to a close,” explains Ashley Mae. “Seeing it reinvigorated in a completely different spirit and light is very exciting.”

That new direction began in the recording process, when Tod decided to swap out their traditional recording style of overdubbing parts in favor of recording everything live. It was an experience he was introduced to during his solo album, and found the process so successful that it, in part, led to his decision to revive Lost Dog. “We were able to finish the entire album in five days, and it has a remarkable energy to it,” Tod explains. Take the title track, which closes the album. Mournful fiddle and strummed mandolin chords provide an idyllic backdrop for Tod, who sings with an unbridled passion. “Lord, I have survived,” he reflects.

“Benjamin and I, both individually and together, have been through some professionally grinding and demoralizing personal times over the past five years,” Ashley Mae explains. “To take a step back from that over the past year and realize, ‘Wow, we held it down and withstood that, and we survived that,’ was a really good, bright, shining moment. It was the high point during a demoralizing time.” As such, Survived is a saving grace, a phoenix rising from the ashes. “This record means everything,” adds Tod. “It just feels like salvation.”

BENJAMIN TOD MUSIC

Want to hear more from Benjamin Tod?
Listen to his solo music here.Let's Go

Meet the artist behind Lost Dog Street Band’s album art & t-shirts.

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