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What started as an energetic trio from Bellingham, Washington, comes The LTG, a Roots Rock Reggae band that brings a West Coast sound and a uplifting presence to the reggae music scene in Nashville, Tennessee.
Brothers Morgan and James Letorgeon grew up playing music together. They became known as LTG Brothers among friends and family, and their music was made up of feel-good sound of acoustic guitar, violin, mandolin, congas, bongos and vocal harmonies. The two have played all the top venues in their hometown and decided it was time to spread the love. They left their beloved fans, friends and family, sold their belongings so everything could fit in a truck and have traveled the U.S. From performing acoustically on peaceful beaches to the big clubs of Hollywood, The LTG Bros lived the beach bum life up and down the West Coast while making a name for themselves with their music.
“That reggae beat with the violin is so interesting, you wouldn’t think it would work so perfectly as it does with these brothers,” said KVOS Bellingham News.
When summer ended, it was time to move on from the California lifestyle to something completely different. LTG Bros found themselves in Nashville, Tennessee in 2011 to record and pursue new opportunities and expand their roots.
The brothers met bassist Samantha Joelle, who became the next addition to the band when she was introduced to the brothers through mutual friends. Growing up listening and playing reggae and rock music, she fit in perfectly and The LTG was formed. Between Morgan’s funky-rock stylee, James roots reggae influence, Samantha’s driving motivation and rock-reggae infused bass lines, The LTG immediately went to work, recording, writing and touring together.
For a dose of uplifting music with posi-vibes, come out to chill with The LTG playing in a city near you.