By in Music

Lost And Comes to an End

Lost And Found Says Goodbye

The Best Little Band to See Live

Lost And Found is made up of Michael D. Bridges and George R. Baum. Michael sings and plays the guitar. George sings and plays the piano. At times, George will play a recorder, a drum, or a slinky. Their voices may not strike people as great, but they are true musicians. They didn't set out to be a Christian band, but their love of Christ always informed their music.

I've always loved seeing their concerts. I've been a huge fan of their music as much of it comes straight from the scriptures. They write about other things, but the majority of songs are faith based.

The two are also extremely funny together. The wonderful feeling of people coming together as friends happens at their concerts.

In 2014, Lost And Found announced that they are no longer going to be performing as a band. This is due to them pursuing different roads for their lives. Their farewell tour will take place in 2015

How many Lost And Found concerts have you attended to this day? I've lost count. After 2007, I stopped keeping track of the Lost And Found concerts that I had attended. But, here's what I can remember.

  1. 2000 - ELCA National Youth Gathering
  2. 2001 - The Woodlands, small after concert
  3. 2002 - Steamboat Museum, Beaumont, TX
  4. 2003 - Christmas concert in Tomball, TX
  5. 2004 - Dallas, Youth Specialties National Youth Workers Convention
  6. 2005 - January, Lake Charles concert
  7. 2005 - February, Garden Grove, California, ELCA Extravaganza
  8. 2005 - February, visiting Rose, see them in Athens, GA
  9. 2005 - May, my birthday present, road trip, Hot Springs, AR
  10. 2006 - July, first week, ELCA National Youth Gathering
  11. 2007 - February, Tampa, FL, Extravaganza
  12. 2007 - March, Houston TX

It is well worth your time and money to see this band!!! Attend a concert if they are within a few hours travelling distance of your hometown! Find out more by visiting and going to the "Concerts Near You" link.

Image Credit » Bridget Ilene Delaney

You will need an account to comment - feel free to register or login.


No comments yet, be the first!