So long, y'all!
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For everything . . .

It's been quite a ride, as they say--a ride that started on bicycles, as a matter of fact.
We've played together as Lost And Found for 29 years.  (From back when the New York Metropolitans last won the World Series.)  We have played in all 50 states, and numerous other countries.  We've won the John Lennon Songrwiting Contest twice, and released 17 albums.  We've both married and had our allotted two daughters.  As best we can tell, we have played about 5,000 concerts, driven over a million miles, and flown a total of 4 million miles. 

Like we said, it's been quite a ride.
We have been able to do all this because we've had the support of friends, family, and you.
You are the ones who let us stay with you, and gave us food, and let us play our songs, and encouraged us through it all.
You are the ones who invited us to your youth gatherings, bought our cassettes, CDs, and mp3s.
You are the ones who encouraged your friends to listen to us with phrases like, "You've got to see them in concert, actually, to get it."
In short, you're the ones who made this career possible for us, an independent band trying to proclaim the Gospel through music, feed two families, and figure out what we wanted to be when we grew up.
"So, now what?" you ask.
Thanks for asking.
Michael has taken a job with a music-app start up.  George thinks this means he is going to get paid for listening to Spotify, but Michael insists it's an actual job, with bosses and a desk and stuff like that.

George has been applying for positions at churches, though nothing is solid yet.  Michael thinks this means he will be working one hour a week, but George insists he might end up at a church with more than one service a week, so it could be twice that much.
"What about the website?  And your store?  And Germany?" you ask.
Thanks for asking.
Our website,, will remain active for years to come.  We'll probably migrate it to a different hosting platform, since there will be no need to send out the Concert Tracker that our pals at ElectricPulp invented back in the 1900's.

Lost And Found merchandise will still be available at our store, for as long as we still have stuff.  That is, once we run out of things, we won't be printing them again.  You can still get the Farewell Tour shirts and Rock On shirts in most sizes, and we have most of our CDs in stock, though a few are already sold out.  Sometime this year, we will have DVDs of the online concerts from Dec. 29th available, so be on the lookout for those fun things.  Also, though many of our songs are available on i-tunes, the easiest way to find downloads is through CD Baby.  For actual CDs, go to our store.

The Luther 500 Festival is coming along quite nicely for 2017, and we hope you will plan to join us.  Registration is open now and you can reserve your space.  we're happy to have a variety of other bands traveling with us to Germany for the festivals in 2017.

Though we've accepted a couple of weekend events in 2016, as well as a youth gathering this summer, having actual jobs this year means we won't have many chances to get the band back together.  If you've got something up your sleeve, and can handle plane tickets and expenses, drop us an email.  You never know when our bosses or vestry will feel like letting us go for a couple days.
"So, is that it then? you ask.
Thanks for asking.
Pretty much, yep.

We might write some songs together again, once the dust settles.  And our Facebook page will remain active, since George can't stop himself from posting stuff there.

Thank you again for all your support over the years.  It means more to us than we can say, but please know, we are grateful, and we love you.

Stein Auf!

George and Michael
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