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Lost Indian on Sunset Road, Oct 18


on Sunset Road

Friday, October 18, 2013

5 pm (edt)

Staunton based Lost Indian will stop by WTJU Friday afternoon, October 18, for a visit with Sunset Road host Pete Marshall.  The following Tuesday, October 22, they will be performing at The Garage in downtown Charlottesville.

Lost Indian began in a one room apartment above the local pool hall in Staunton, VA. The line up of Shona Carr on fiddle and tenor guitar, Jims Hinkle on bass, Sam Stallings on banjo and percussion, brother Pete on guitar and Colby Pegg-Joplin on fiddle has an undeniable chemistry. Each brings their own musical style and background into the collaboration and the resulting sound is unique and exciting. A mixture of Indie Old-time and Southern Gothic, many have tried to apply a one word classification and failed. Old-time tunes fade into gypsy folk with the click of a pedal and the fluid ease of an eagle soaring through the sky. Fresh off a tour and with a brand new album to deliver, Lost Indian will stay with you long after your first listen.

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