Folk-pop outfit Lost in the Trees is a North Carolina-based band that has been churning out eclectic hits since the mid-2000s,
continuing to collect a growing fan base still today. Lost in the Trees will soon be in concert at a venue near you, performing
hits off their latest album, All Alone in an Empty House.
North Carolina native Ari Picker jumpstarted the band Lost in the Trees after studying at Berklee College of Music. He
enlisted members of UNC's orchestra program to help him record the 2008 release All Alone in an Empty House, and the rest
of the band's folk-tinged musicians have helped create the band's signature sound.
Lost in the Trees has become a renowned outfit on the folk music scene thanks to their well-rounded sound that includes
everything from strings and horns to full orchestration. The folk singers in Lost in the Trees have been selling concert tickets ever since their debut release Time Taunts Me
hit stores in 2007, and they're still a red-hot act to see live!
Folk-pop supergroup Lost in the Trees might hail from North Carolina, but they're bringing their eclectic hits to venues
all across the country in an upcoming slew of concerts! Get tickets
today to see Lost in the Trees perform live and sing along to hits like "Fire Place," "Love on My Side," "Song for the Painter"