From the beginning, Lost Immigrants has always been about the journey. What has mattered most has been the music and the connection the group makes with its fans. It has been about individual musicians pushing themselves collectively to create music that satisfies and inspires at the same time. The brainchild of college friends James Dunning and Craig Hinkle, Lost Immigrants formed in early 2005, winning the Shiner Rising Star contest later that year. The victory thrust the band and its music into the spotlight and within a year the band's debut album, "Waiting on Judgment Day," was an indie favorite with music lovers and radio DJs alike across the U.S. and Europe.In less than five years, Lost Immigrants has performed on some top-notch Texas music stages, recorded three albums and toured Japan and Korea for the U.S. military. They've had singles and albums on the American Music and Texas Music charts and released a live album of back-to-back performances at Gruene Hall and Luckenbach, TX. in 2010, they released "Pasaporte," an eclectic mix of two-steppin' country tunes and balls-out rockers. With such regional hits as "Abilene", "Leaving Laredo" and "Rollin' On", the album is proof the band is more interested in pushing boundaries and redefining the Texas Music genre than simply playing to type.
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