Cleotis' music tells stories of late nights and hard morning and has the sound of Rock N Roll with country tendencies.


The sound of Cleotis is derived from a compilation of four hard living best friends. Their music is a wide variety of old country, rock and roll, and 90's grunge that tells stories of late nights and hard mornings. Cleotis' roots where formed in Fayetteville, Arkansas during late 2001, when vocalist Lance Lamberth and guitarist Brad Adams began writing what would become Cleotis' first, self-released album. Drummer Daimon Sheets and bassist Andrew Bauman soon joined what is now Cleotis. This Fayetteville based band now plays in venues throughout Arkansas and the region with their original music.
Cleotis released their self-titled debut CD in mid January 2003. The CD was engineered and recorded at Branson Recording in Branson, Missouri by former Arista Records engineer Charlie Chalmers, who has worked with Aretha Franklin, Al Green, Isaac Hayes, and the Bee Gees to name a few. The CD release will be followed by regional touring in order to promote the CD and original music.
Cleotis' future plans include playing regional and local shows. Also, Cleotis plans to begin recording their second CD early in 2003, having already written enough new material to do so. Check us out at and also on internet radio at


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Set List

Our set list usually consist of between 15-25 songs. We do 1-3 cover songs.