Americana / Gypsy Rock / Pop
MUSIC VIDEO, SOLD-OUT SHOWS, AND OH-SO MUCH MORE!
and friends – THANK YOU.
It’s because of you that Lost Caravan has, in fewer than 16 months gone from
playing solely intimate café shows in Denver to being invited to play this
year’s CO State Fair, PrideFest, Epic Beer Fest, Music in the Meadows, a monthly
gig at Mile High Spirits, and a bunch of great events throughout the season!
We’re opening for some amazing bands, are getting ready to shoot an incredible
music video with Tage Plantell, director of Churchill’s video, Changes (gypsy
rock goes dark…), and have so much more to look forward to in the upcoming
months. We CAN’T
WAIT to share it all with
you – the people who helped get us to where we are now and where we’re
working to be.
wanted to say a quick “Hello” and also, ask that – while it may
seem trivial – please drop by our Facebook and ReverbNation pages and “Like” us
or “Become A Fan”.
The music industry’s changed drastically over the past decade (still is…)
and this stuff actually matters when you’re an artist/band trying to get to
the top of this incredibly competitive industry. We would be most appreciative!
Lost Caravan ReverbNation
You guys are incredible. Thank you so much and we’ll
see you out there this season!
Lindsay Meredith (and all of Lost Caravan)
"...you will cease drooling. You will collect yourself. And you will bow down
before Lindsay Meredith." Douglas Brown, Denver Post
"Lost Caravan's gypsy rock is coming
to a coffee cup near you" Kelsey Whipple, Westword, Backbeat
"Monsieur Joli is the standout
track...It’s nearly impossible to sit still and not smile while listening." Eryc
Eyl, Denver Post, Steal This Track