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Lost Cause


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"Texas Country Band Lost Cause at Antone's"

BEAUMONT -- Southeast Texas based band Lost Cause will perform at Antone's on Crockett Street in Beumont on Friday. After opening band 9 Station Drive, Lost Cause will hit the stage around 10:30 p.m..... - BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE

"New Year's Eve Brings Lost Cause to Southeast Texas"

Local band Lost Cause will help some revelers bring in the New Year. Lost Cause will perform at Poblano Grill at around 10:30. The band recently opened for Django Walker and Charlie Robison at the annual Texas Gatorfest held in Anahuac, Tx......... - BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE

"Lost Cause to Hit Mardi Gras Beer Garden Stage"

Lost Cause will start off this years Mardi Gras event on the Beer Garden Stage at 6pm Friday, Feb. 24. Frontman, Nathan Miller shared his thoughs and goals for the band. "Well, right now our goal is just to play as much as we can to get our name out thereand expose as many people as we can to our music and the entire Texas Country/ Red Dirt scene........ - Port Arthur News


Lost Cause finished up their self-titled EP this Spring and it's getting countless spins on several different internet stations including RadioFreeTexas.



Lost Cause shared the stage with Django Walker and Charlie Robison back in August 2005 for their very first gig and from then on it's been nothing but good times and great music for the Southeast Texas based foursome. They have created some amazing music and have played with the biggest names in the Texas Country biz including: Rich O Toole, Reckless Kelly, Micky and the Motorcars, Wade Bowen, Jason Boland, and the Randy Rogers Band to name a few. Strangely enough the name Lost Cause came about after frontman Nathan Miller and drummer Tyne Brown left other music projects frustrated from the lack of creativity and influence allowed from the "rest" of the band. After countless auditions trying to find the right musicians it looked like a "lost cause" untill a long-haired songwriting fool name Bert Hoffpauir introduced himself and the band began to take shape. The three were practicing one day when long time friend (and bass player) Ron Arceneaux happened to call and it was all over from there. Slowly but surely Lost Cause is making their presence known and will soon be a force to be reckoned with on the Texas/ Red Dirt scene.