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[Band In A Box] Justin Patterson & the Lost Causes

Justin Patterson & the Lost Causes

Formed: 1999
Genre: Country
Principals: Justin Patterson - vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica; Ashton Burge - lead guitar, backing vocals; John Reeder - bass guitar, backing vocals; Wesley
Rowland - drums, percussion

Musical Influences Most Apparent in Your Sound: Garth Brooks, Merle Haggard, Cary Hudson, Jack Ingram, Waylon Jennings, Chris Ledoux, Jimmie Rogers, Dwight Yoakam
Not-So-Apparent Musical Influences: Ryan Adams, Radney Foster, Pat Green, Robert Earl Keen, Cory Morrow, Townes Van Zandt, Whiskeytown
Non-Musical Influences/Inspirations: John Wayne and Jesus
Past Bands You Have Performed or Recorded With: Highway 101, Shelly Fairchild, The Cary Hudson Trio, Easy Street, Taylor Grocery Band, Blue Mountain, Buffalo Nickel and The Captain Legendary Band
What You're Listening To: Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger; Cory Morrow - Nothing Left To Hide; Blue Mountain - Dog Days; Pat Green - Cannonball
When Not Making Music: Playing NCAA football on Playstation 2
Favorite Pastime: Justin - Baseball; Ashton - Nascar; John - Sleeping; Wesley - Football
Current/Upcoming Offerings: "Debut," released May 16, 2006 on Patterson's own Cowboy Cool Records, co-produced by independent record label head honcho Chris Hudson at Route 1 Recording. Exclusively featuring homegrown Mississippi musicians like Cary Hudson and Ted Gainey, as well as drummer Elliott Crawford of Buffalo Nickel, gives the record a roots rock feel.
On the Web: www.justinpatterson.net

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