Lost Soul Tribe
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"Found: Lost Soul Tribe"

Lost Soul Tribe is an eclectic group of gentlemen full and rich with delicate honey vocals, guaranteed to satisfy the most discriminating palate yet, combining a vibrant beat with a touch of darkness. Aged 25 to 47 years, without a hint of maturation, Lost Soul Tribe will surprisingly exceed your expectations and should be pared with a side of angst and a full course of rock-n-roll. - Better Wines & Gardens


Discography

Cry Little Sister
False Divinity
Galleli
Heaven
Left Behind
Love Violence
Moving On
Nothing Reduction
Super Nova
Temptation
Twilight

Covers:
Born To Be Wild
Free Fallin'
Love Me Two Times
Low Rider
Play That Funky Music
Radar Love
Sympathy For The Devil

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Lost Soul Tribe is Art Dohany (40's), Kris Kahn (30's), Erick Nunez (30's) and Bobby Quattry (20's). This actor, actor/musician, dentist and artist formed The Tribe in order to fulfill a need that was common for all of us: To rock, because it's good for the soul. Originals are written by Kris, and lean heavily toward a mix of rock, alternative and a bit of soul bleeding. The aura of the Tribe is mellow yet the music will hit you in the face highlighted with Kris' rich lyrics and vocals, Bobby's addictive bass lines, Art's subtle riffs and Erick's pounding beat. It's a little something for everyone although content is mature.

Lost Soul Tribe chose Kokopelli as their logo since it seemed fitting for a group of lost souls to be inspired by a deity who is regarded as the universal symbol of fertility for all life, be it crops, hopes, dreams, or love. Bobby rendered the drawing for the band which made sense as he is an artist and half Iroquois and quarter Cherokee. Art liked the idea because he somehow incorrectly thinks that Kokopelli has some sort of Hungarian gypsy roots and that it represented something old, which he relates to. Kris was onboard with the logo being Unitarian (He's still not convinced that Unitarian is not an ethnic group). Erick jumped at the idea since he knew being Puerto Rican wouldn’t carry any weight in the decision. He’s just happy he didn't have to do anything and that he can still beat his drums.

Lost Soul Tribe invites everyone to become a Tribe’s folk. Check out more at www.myspace.com/lostsoultribe

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