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    February 24, 2008

    Larry Norman
  • Larry Norman passes away from heart failure at his home in Salem, OR. Larry David Norman was born in Corpus Christi, Tex., on April 8, 1947, one of four children of Joe and Margaret Norman. His father was a high school English teacher. The family moved to California in the 1950s, and Larry began performing his own rock 'n' roll songs at school.

    Besides his brother, Charles, of Salem, Ore., Mr. Norman is survived by two sisters, Kristy Norman, also of Salem, and Nancy Overmeyer of Davis, Calif.; and a son, Michael, of Portland, OR. (Source: "Larry Norman, Singer of Christian Rock Music, Dies at 60," N.Y. Times March 4, 2008)

    July 4, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Cornerstone Festival in Bushnell, IL on the Main Stage.

    Set List: Breathe Deep, Crushing Hand, Joel

    July 5, 2008

    Lost Dogs live at Cornerstone 2008
    The Lost Dogs at Cornerstone 2008 (Photo by Eric Townsend).

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Cornerstone Festival in Bushnell, IL on the Gallery Stage.

    July 6, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at a house concert in Kentucky

    September 13, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at a private party in Rock Island, IL

    September 14, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at LilFest Music Festival 2008 in Evanston, IL

    September 15, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit The Jesus House in Bloomington, IL as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    September 16, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit the Cozy Dog Drive-In Springfield, Illinois as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

  • The Lost Dogs visit Ted Drewes Frozen Custard in St Louis, MO. as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour. After a heaping of frozen custard, the Dogs head over to Starbucks to load up on Bean-Squeezins only to hit the road once again.

    September 18, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit Springfield, Missouri as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    Lost Dogs in Whitehall, MO
    The Lost Dogs in Whitehall, MO (Photo by Jimmy Abegg).

    September 19, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit the The Gypsy Cafe in Tulsa, Oklahoma as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    September 22, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit the Joy Junction (Homeless Shelter) in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    September 24, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs visit the Wigwam Motel in Holbrook, Arizona as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    Lost Dogs at the 5to2 Cafe
    The Lost Dogs at the 5to2 Cafe near Leupp, AZ. (Photo by Jimmy Abegg).

    September 27, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Santa Monica Beach in Santa Monica, California as part of the Glory Road Route 66 tour.

    November 25, 2008

    Daniel Amos ~ Darn Floor Big Bite (Deluxe Edition)

  • Darn Floor - Big Bite is rereleased as a 2CD Deluxe Edition by Stunt Records and the Arena Rock Recording Co.

    December 6, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Connections Cafe (San Diego area) in Santee, CA

    December 9, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Red Devil Lounge in San Francisco, CA

    December 10, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at Calvary Chapel in Lake Stevens (North Seattle Area), Washington

    December 11, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge in Olympia, WA

    December 12, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Venetian Theater in Albany, OR

  • Idolator.com mentioned the Darn Floor - Big Bite Deluxe reissue in a short news blurb that included a link to DanielAmos.com.
    "It's the end of the year, and quite a few magazines have best of lists for reissues from nearly every genre. However, the odds of seeing any sort of reissue guide in a Christian magazine or Web site aren't particularly good; for some reason, the holy end of the music industry has the shortest memory of any of the biz's significant segments, and only remembers its stars of the moment. Actually, there is a good reason: The majority of the recorded history of Christian music isn't really worth revisiting - and the stuff that is has often been relegated to labels that no longer exist, so the original copies are scarce and grotesquely expensive, or available only on dubious European bootlegs. Until recently, Daniel Amos was a band who suffered this fate.

    Formed in the mid-'70s and led by singer-songwriter Terry Taylor, Daniel Amos frequently altered its lineup and its musical approach; by 1987, when the group recorded Darn Floor Big Bite, the quartet had perfected a strange and thoughtful Christian new wave sound. The album was out of print for years until the Portland label Arena Rock reissued it this fall, complete with bonus CD that featured interview material with Taylor. The copy of Darn Floor I purchased from an actual store sounded terrific coming from my car stereo. For some Christian music fans, Daniel Amos was their Velvet Underground. It's about time one of their releases has had a packaging worthy of its significance."

    December 13, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the Wellspring Bible Fellowship in Roseburg, OR

    December 14, 2008

  • The Lost Dogs perform at the WOW Hall in Eugene, OR





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