Dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band will perform at the Agora Theatre on October 7th in support of their album ‘Glory,’ released earlier this year to positive coverage from Billboard, American Songwriter, Glide Magazine, Holler. and more.
Returning to the stripped-back, string band sound of their busking years, ‘Glory’ is a searing testament to recovery, redemption, and resolve. Fronted by songwriter Benjamin Tod and his wife, fiddler Ashley Mae, the DIY band began out of desperation on the sidewalks of Nashville roughly a decade ago, but now sustains a significant national audience that’s drawn to their authentic songwriting, old-time instrumentation, and hard-won independence.
The band is calling this the “Lonesome Farewell Tour” as it appears to be the last time fans can catch the band live
Even after seven albums, Lost Dog Street Band’s humble beginnings and DIY ethos still inform the music they make, and it’s that authenticity that resonates with so many fans — selling out dates in Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and more. The band’s hauntingly beautiful music resonates even deeper in a live setting, as they lay their raw emotions bare for an enthusiastic and engaged audience.
Frontman Benjamin Tod will release his debut album after the conclusion of this tour.
All tickets are for general admission are priced at $27 (+ fees). Tix can be purchased in person at The Agora box office or online via the link below: