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Lost Immigrants

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From a tradition of music rooted in heritage and home, honesty and hurt, sorrow and sunsets, emerge Lost Immigrants.

They are country music. They are rock.
They are saints. They are sinners.
They are idiots, and they are fools.
They are Texas Music.

This is their story. These are their songs.

The Lost Immigrants formed in fall 2004 with the birth of small collection of songs and an Americana music project. That collaboration led to weekly rehearsals, monthly gigs and frequent trips down Texas highways.

And victory in the second Shiner Rising Star competition in 2005.

Having heard the gospel of music since birth the Lost Immigrants became true believers at the altar call of the release of the first Lost Immigrants album Waiting On Judgment Day, produced by the high-priest of Texas music himself, Ray Wylie Hubbard.

In the two years that followed the album’s fall 2006 release, the band played almost constantly around Texas, while venturing into the Red Dirt country of Oklahoma and beyond to the hills of Tennessee and the mesas of Utah to play…not to mention embarking on an AFE Asian tour supporting American troops throughout Korea, Okinawa and Japan.

In the words of co-founder Craig Hinkle:

“The Immigrants joined together on a journey… a journey that, without knowing, would take them through nearly every stage of life and places in between. And somewhere along they way, they lost themselves.”

In other words, they were baptized.

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