Self-labeled as 'Indie/Americana/Country', one would be hard pressed to tag it as anything else. Sweetly nostalgic and searching, Lost Dogma imbues the stage with a quiet gruffness that stirs faint echoes of Johnny Cash with the yearning of Townes Van Zant and an energetic passion all their own.
One part gospel, one part country and all rock, Lost Dogma has a clean, bright sound, with storyteller lyrics and escape-driven music that will push you out onto the open road with the sunroof open and you've got nowhere to go but forward, chasing that sunset.
This is your new "hit the road" band.
Kate Keith "High Sounds Magazine"
Reverend T.C. "Ragdoll" Brady Vox, guitar, harmonica
Dave "Pretty Boy" Brewer Electric Guitar, lap-steel, B-Vox
Michael "Machine-Gun" Alex Drums
Trey "Hitman" Tidwell Keys, B-Vox
Travis "Farmboy" Hartman B-Bass
we all come from some other town, and played in some other bands ...
...dandilyon soup, The Sins,The bradbury Press, The Forty Fives, TKO
we will play anywhere, anytime, anyplace that someone wants to pay us stupid amounts of money to jump around and act like fools...where do we sign.??
The sound is a blend of alternative rock, and blues with a strong emphasis on rhythm and melody.
be a seeker...for they are the only ones who find...the fruit that intoxicates the soul...
live for the passion...and the passion alone...