EVEN THE LOST

Even the Lost is an indie folk band from Wellington. Inspired by folk, rock and pop from the nineties, they mix electric and acoustic sounds to create a warm backdrop for their songs of love, loss, mistakes and misadventure. Even the Lost is a 50:50 band Ė half their songs are original. The rest come from the artists who inspired them, people like John Moreland, Joan Osborne, Anna Tivel, Antje Duvekot and The Grateful Dead.

Bob McNeill is one of New Zealandís best known folk artists for his solo records and numerous collaborations. A guitarist, he is a prolific songwriter whose songs have been covered by artists in New Zealand, Scotland, Australia and the US. He is a three-times winner of Best Folk Album at the New Zealand Music Awards and has toured in North America, Australia, Ireland and the UK. The Dominion Post compared him to Jackson Browne, James Taylor and Dougie MacLean. New Zealand Musician compared his songwriting to Bruce Springsteen and Mark Knopfler.

Em Griffiths has a voice to woo the staunchest of hearts. Rich, soulful and tender, it will break you, and mend you again. From Whangārei, and classically trained, Em is also Even the Lostís multi- instrumentalist, playing mandolin, keys and fiddle.

Rob Henderson is one of New Zealandís best bass players. He has toured widely here and in Australia with a variety of acts. A wizard jazz bassist in constant demand in Wellington, he also plays with NZís bluegrass supergroup You, Me, Everybody.

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