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Fairbanks and the Lonesome Light - Take Us Down

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Published on Dec 13, 2016

Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light are searching for answers, but instead seem to find themselves asking more questions. They are storytellers who find comfort in the sometimes uncomfortable journey of being alive, telling tales to whoever might be listening and asking the same questions.

At the heart of Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light are Erik Flores and Amelia Rose Logan, writing songs dressed in two-part harmony with the kind of spark that could light your day…or your cigarette. The band is a backyard Americana-duo who grew into a sweeping five-piece outfit. Guitars, Mandolin, Drums, Bass and Pedal Steel create the space where their stories play out.

After years of running separately in the same music circles, the duo landed in Los Angeles by way of Austin,TX and found roots for their Indie-Americana ideas in the community of Echo Park, where their self titled debut was recorded.

Since the release of their album the band has traveled, enjoyed US and EURO Americana charting airplay, started work on their next release and are now calling Austin, TX their home base.

With restless reflection, sweet harmony and a solid foundation of Roots/Americana music, Fairbanks & the Lonesome Light will lift you from the flat of your back to the soles of your feet and onto the road they trek. But be warned, if you travel with them you might find yourself exactly where you started, “praying ’til you cry , or drinking ’til you’re blind."

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Live at Lockett's is an intimate concert series filmed in Christopher Lockett's living room in Los Angeles. It features artists from LA's eclectic roots music and poetry scenes. The performers are grounded in a roots tradition, but are not bound by it.

One camera, one lens, no zooms, no cuts, not even a microphone in frame - just a lone shotgun mic mounted overhead in a c-stand. Nothing between the performer and the audience.

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