Lost Dog Street Band performs at Signal July 9


Dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band will perform at The Signal on July 9 in support of their album Glory, released earlier this year to positive coverage from Billboard, American Songwriter, Glide Magazine, Holler. and more (Anti-Corp Music).

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Additionally, this appears to be the last time fans can see the band live. In a recent Instagram post, Lost Dog Street Band frontman Benjamin Tod shared his desire to get away from touring. His heartfelt message offered a glimpse of an artist moving towards community and family and away from the public eye. He notes, “…after 2022, I will be stepping away from touring and public persona as far as I have been. I will continue to write, make music videos and give my two cents from time to time. , but I have to take a step back and decide what’s next for me as an individual and as a leader.

The announcement comes ahead of Tod’s upcoming solo album, Songs I Thought I’d Never Sing, which will be released on September 23. While Glory centered on Tod’s experiences with addiction, sobriety and redemption, Songs I Swore I’d Never Sing finds him learning to live with the moments of stillness, after a life of constant movement.

Even after seven albums, the Lost Dog Street Band’s humble beginnings and DIY ethos continue to influence the music they make, and it’s that authenticity that resonates with so many fans – from sold-out dates in Boston , Philadelphia, Washington DC and more. The band’s hauntingly beautiful music resonates even more deeply in a live setting, as they bare their raw emotions to an enthusiastic and engaged audience.


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