The Lost Faculties performing classic rock with a touch of country and swing. The band was founded in 1997. We have had some fun times performing with a group of wonderful musicians over the years and hope to continue rockin' in the free world! Here we are in 2017, celebrating 20 years of rockin!
Founding member Phil Johnson on guitar and guest Peter Post, from The Vintage Tones, on keys joined us for our 2017 celebration!
It was a wonderful night with a great crowd at our 2017 celebration. The rockin continues..........
Nathan Davidson on sax/trumpet/rhythm guitar and vocals is a founding member of The Lost Faculties. Nathan not only performs music but has been teaching instrumental music for over 35 years. He has played in a variety of bands from jazz to rock since the 60's. He is also a member of the Polka Dots, the Rutabaga Brothers Blues Band, and the CBB Jazz Combo.
Bobbi Vogel, on lead vocals/trombone, comes from a large musical family. She has shared her gift of music in church, weddings, and numerous community events. She now shares not only her vocal talent but adds even more variety when playing her trombone.
Geoff Forscher has been playing bass guitar for over 25 years. He has playedin a variety of bands from classic rock-n-roll, funk, blues, to R&B. He is a 1988 graduate of McNally Smith College of Music. Geoff now brings his talent to the Lost Faculties
Daniel Grant-Smith... Lead Guitarist, Vocalist Born in Wisconsin and later immigrated to Minnesota. Dan has been playing guitar and entertaining since age 11. He is not only a veteran of many area bands, but also has a long history of playing as a pit musician in theatre productions including: Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar, Rocky Horror Picture Show and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. When not busy rehearsing and playing, he can often be found inline skating, windsurfing, skiing and volunteering. Dan is also an audio engineer, president of the Rochester Area Musicians Association, and also plays with the 4321 All-Stars (Minneapolis) and Doe Re and the Fae (SE Minnesota).
Gary Seeman has been playing drums between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers beginning in the 70â€™s. Performing in big band, country, blues, rock, western, polka, musicals, and garage bands. He brings a lot of experience to our group!
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