Lost Dog Street Band
lost dog street band began when a songwriter from tennessee and a fiddle player from south dakota began playing music on the streets to fund thier addiction to rastlin' frieght trains. their last band ( Barefoot Surrender ) split ways in (january 2011)oregon and they tramped a hard winter back to dixie. they met back with their old friend christian to start on a new album and a new life. by next winter they were meeting some old friends back in the northwest and started a new band called SPIT SHINE. the original lost dog Daisy Mae died that summer and the band name was thought to be done with. a new lost dog Copper Tod was found that fall and revived a new spirit. spit shine went on for the next year and a half. 'life's a dog-gone shame' recording began early in 2013 with help from band members of Barefoot Surrender(Jason O'dea) and Spit Shine(Nicholas Ridout) .lost dog street band finally got a van to do a real tour. shortly before the albums release best friend, brother, and band mate Nicholas Ridout died at the age of 24. the next year is unknown....
Mitchel Evan is a 23 year old songwriter from Richmond, Virginia, now living in the outskirts of Denver, Colorado. He first started playing piano at the age of 9, but it wasn’t until he picked up the guitar at 13 that he discovered his passion and knack for songwriting. Mitchel writes songs with an emphasis on lyrical content and emotional delivery in an effort to map the shortest distance from his heart to the listeners’. In addition to his 4 piece rock band, Mitchel Evan & The Mangrove, the artist is working on a full length solo album and continues to write, record and tour at a prolific rate.