Lost on Iddings

Jam band from Dayton


We’re very happy to share with everyone that we’ve been officially announced for Ohmstead this year! We’ll post up the time when it’s officially on the schedule. Thanks to the fine folks in the Ohmstead and Elementree Livity Project camp for the invite. It’s going to be a great weekend of music and it will be cool to share a festival with some different bands than what we’ve played with before.

LOI is announced for Ohmstead

LOI is announced for Ohmstead

On the Radio

Tonight, we’ll be up at WYSO to talk with Juliet on her show Kaleidoscope. We’ll be talking about our upcoming shows (including the one this Saturday at St. Pat’s in Troy), Miami Valley Music Fest and the new endeavor from Brad and Hazy – Square Roots Records. You can tune in on 91.3 on the dial if you are in the Dayton area or online at www.wyso.org. Show starts at 8.

Also in LOI news, we’ve been officially announced for Comfest 2015! Comfest is a thoughtful community festival held annually up in Columbus. We’re very pleased to be a part of it and we’re especially glad that our friend John Hurlbut will be joining us and we’ll be performing as Hurl & The Spins. We’ll be playing Saturday at 2:30 on the Gazebo Stage

MVMF Presents Lost on Iddings w/Sean Finnigan, Arrows of Neon and Nocturnal Arts

This one is shaping to be a rager, folks. We’re going to be invading the Elks of Troy with a full on production that promises to be a feast for your eyes and ears. Lost on Iddings will be joining forces with Sean Finnigan. We’ll be backing him on tunes from his repetoire and he’ll be jumping in on our songs as well. It’s a dynamite combination you don’t want to miss.

As if that wasn’t enough, we’ll be joined by purveyors of Grateful Dead goodness, Arrows of Neon. They’ll be starting the night off and getting your head right with a selection of your favorite Dead tunes and they’ll be sure to have the place dancing.

As if that wasn’t enough, the fine people at Nocturnal Arts will be providing some visual art by spinning along to the music all night. That troupe always fields some great performers and it will be an exciting complement to the music and lights.

And what the hell, we’ll probably throw in a belly dancer or two, just because we can.

The Hometown Get Down shows that Brad threw filled up quickly and we expect this show to do the same. You can hit any of the band members up for tickets or get them at the day of the show. The Troy Elks is located at 17 W Franklin St, Troy, OH 45373

LOI, Arrows of Neon and Nocturnal Arts

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