The Lost Trailers Give Thanks In Their Hometowns
December 5, 2008 at 1:30 PM (PT)
BNA/NASHVILLE group The LOST TRAILERS recently hit the road for their THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY HOMECOMING TOUR with a performance at the SAMUEL WAXMAN CANCER BENEFIT in NEW YORK CITY, an event that raised $1.5 million for cancer research.
The group made several stops along the way, including their hometown of ATLANTA, MIAMI (birthplace of bassist MANNY MEDINA) and WEST PALM BEACH, FL (for a food drive at THE DAILY BREAD FOOD BANK, sponsored by CBS RADIO Country WIRK/WEST PALM BEACH).
Their next stop was in singer RYDER LEE's home state of NORTH CAROLINA, followed by a sold-out show in guitarist/songwriter STOKES NIELSON and keyboardist ANDREW NIELSON's new homestate of TENNESSEE - at KNOXVILLE's famed COTTON-EYED JOE's venue.
The TRAILERS' latest single, "How Bout You Don't," is impacting Country radio now. For more info visit www.thelosttrailers.com.