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Creepfest II free t-shirts with entry!!!
Gashouse Radio presents: The Lost Will Follow, Easy Company, Dead:Stop (CD Release) and Ego Alien at Dockside!
Join us Saturday May 31st (rain date Sunday June 1st) from 12 to 6 pm at Indian Acres Tree Farm - 111 Tuckerton Road, Medford NJ *****************FREE ADMISSION************************ 6 local bands featuring The Defused Beer Garden & catered Food 4 purchase Adoptable Pets from local rescues - Paw It 4ward, One Love Animal Rescue, All They Need Is Love Animal Rescue, West Jersey Volunteers for Animals, Balanced Buddies ResQ, Joa's Arc, Lynn's Animal Rescue & Feline Friends NJ Family Friendly activities - moon bounce, rock wall, face painting and more! Check out our website for details: www.rock4pawsfest.com www.pawit4wardfoundation.com
Sounds Like: Magnificent Birds of Prey, Amber Ladd, The Defused, Epicyon, Amelia Scalies - Singer Song Writer
Manager: Gary Veach/Simon Altham
Bio: The Lost Will Follow were formed in early 2011 when guitarist Gary Veach and bassist Clayton Foltz started to jam with guitarist Jeff Vilardo. After developing a few tunes together guitarist Ken Szwak was brought into the band around September of 2011. Vocalist Rich Jordan was brought in to take ...See Full Bio
“BAND ON FIRE Band Review: The Lost Will Follow By Linda Freeman, TIW Music This is one hard rocking band. When I go through their Reverbnation playlist, by the time I reach the aptly named "Olympic Torch," it feels like sonic energy is shooting out from my headphones. This is followed by "Get Me Out," a Nirvana-ish song that explodes with blazing guitar riffs and frenetic drumming. Clearly, "The Lost Will Follow" has a lot of versatility and range. "I Can't Believe" features Rich Jordan in a soulful lead vocal (backed by an early-'60s-sounding vocal chorus) supported by classic hard rock guitars and drumming. As you hear more of their music, you're treated to a big helping of heavy rock and metal with some tasty grunge on "Get Me Out". I can't help but wonder what surprises are in store on their upcoming album.”
Ask The Lost Will Follow anything...
Q: How long has your guitar player been gay
A: Which one?
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Mon Dec 08 2014All Questions