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The Lost Boys - Band
 
 
Members

Beau

Jordan Mills - Drums

Jacob Gill - Guitar/Vocals

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The Band

IN THE BEGINNING…

The Lost Boys, 5 teenage young men, hailing from Lake County, California, prepared for their musical career in the early days, by winning a multitude of competitions, including the Ukiah Idol Competition, Ukiah Band Slam, and N. California’s Rising Stars Competition. The band then embarked on their inaugural rock ‘n roll journey, selling out the iconic Konocti Harbor Resort and Spa Theatre regularly, and continued their 60 date, Look Out World…Tour, headlining theatres and radio shows to capacity crowds.

During that 2009 tour, The Lost Boys performed as Special Guests for 20 headline artists, including 3 DOORS DOWN, ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS, KELLY CLARKSON, JOURNEY, LYNYRD SKYNYRD, TIM McGRAW, TOBY KEITH, FOREIGNER, HEART and more!

2010 kicked off with The Lost Boys headlining the opening night ceremonies of the Orion Music Festival, in Park City, Utah, where their 5 song LIVE performance ended with standing ovations and multiple encores!

Then it was off to Hollywood where The Lost Boys accepted their nominations by the Los Angeles Music Awards, for ROCK ALBUM and ROCK ARTIST of the YEAR. While in town, the band stopped by the D.I.Y. Music Festival where they were named the 2010 INDEPENDANT ARTIST of the YEAR.

In November of 2010, The Lost Boys, hit their first red carpet music award show and were officially named, the 2010 ROCK ARTIST of the YEAR, for the 20th annual Los Angeles Music Awards, at the Paramount Theatre in Hollywood! Beau Bastian, Lead Vocals/Lead Guitar, Age 19, Jordan Mills, Drums, Age 19, Thomas Cano, Bass Guitar, Age 19, Jacob Gill, Vocals/Guitar, Age 16 and Dustin Rudiger, Keyboards, Age 18, accepted their award on the red carpet…and then…opened the prestigious event with a 2 song performance that brought down the house! Then in early 2011, the band headed off to the Phoenix Music Awards, where they were named the 2011 National ROCK ARTIST of the YEAR.

The Lost Boys also hit the “big screen” during their Why Not Now...Tour 2010! NINTENDO’s national advertising campaign promoting Dragon Quest IV, & starring acclaimed actor Seth Green, featured The Lost Boys performing their song I’m Not Popular. The commercials were filmed at the legendary Henry Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, and were in movie theaters nationwide, and on MTV, Nickelodeon & Disney channels throughout 2010.

And now, the band is touring in support of the new album "Running Red Lights"...which hit national stores & national radio in early 2011! The band’s sophomore effort, is produced by Multi-Platinum, Multi-Grammy Award Winner, David Kershenbaum (Janet Jackson, Bryan Adams, Duran Duran, Tracy Chapman, etc.) with mixes by Multi-Platinum, Grammy Award Winner Mike Shipley (Nickelback, Maroon 5, Green Day, Aerosmith, AC/DC, etc.), with award winning mixes by U.E.G. engineer, Brian Virtue (30 Seconds to Mars, Alice in Chains, Puddle of Mudd, Jane’s Addiction) and is sure to be a staple of CHR & Rock Radio for years to come !!!

They are young, they are restless, and they are READY to ROCK! They are The Lost Boys…and their FUTURE is NOW!

For more information, please contact:
info@2lostboys.com

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Notable Shows

The Lost Boys are proud to have supported and appeared as special guests before these notable acts.

  • 3 Doors Down
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd
  • Toby Keith
  • Gin Blossoms
  • Night Ranger
  • Brooks & Dunn
  • All-American Rejects
  • Journey at Raley Field
  • Tim McGraw
  • Tonic
  • The Guess Who
  • Parachute
  • Safety Suit
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Heart
  • Eddie Money
  • Peter Frampton
  • Jonny Lang
  • Jack Ingram
  • Foreigner
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  • 11,000 artist submissions....
    130 nominees...
    26 category winners...
    ONE BAND...
    Now and Forever...known as:
    2OTH ANNUAL LOS ANGELES MUSIC AWARDS
    2010 ROCK ARTIST of the YEAR!!!
    THE LOST BOYS!
  • The Lost Boys headlined the closing ceremonies of the 4 day,
    VANCOUVER ISLAND MUSIC BUSINESS CONFERENCE, in Courtenay,
    BC.  Following their performance at the iconic Sid Williams Theatre,
    TLB rocked the annual "WRAP PARTY" for industry
    panelists, and 3 encores later...offically closed the V.I.M.B.C. in 2010!
  • Nominated as 2010 ROCK ARTIST OF THE YEAR and for the 2010 ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR, at the 20th annual, LOS ANGELES MUSIC AWARDS, presented by CURB RECORDS!!
  • The Lost Boys are USA4real Artists, with major internet airplay on USA4real Upstream Radio, with the single, WHY NOT US...riding the charts in the "HOT 25" for 8 weeks and counting...
  • Voted USA4real BEST LIVE PERFORMANCE in 2009 and Voted USA4real POP/ROCK NEWBEE ARTIST in 2009, in a voters poll, voted on-line, by USA4real Artists and Fans, worldwide!
  • The D.I.Y. MUSIC FESTIVAL in Hollywood, hosted a dinner in The Lost Boys' honor, recongnizing them as INDEPENDENT ARTISTS of the YEAR!
  • The Lost Boys performed at a private showcase to the 2010 D.Y.I. Music Festival industry professional attendees, to rave reviews and a standing ovation!
  • The Single...CLOUD 9 was selected to appear on Broken Note Records, Compilation CD, entitled A WORLD UNITED THROUGH MUSIC, to be released worldwide, in summer, 2010!
  • The Lost Boys appeared as Special Guest for JOURNEY, at 15,000 seat Raley Field Stadium in Sacramento in 2009.
  • The Lost Boys headlined the legendary Egyptian Theatre, in Park City, Utah, for the opening night ceremonies at the ORION MUSIC FESTIVAL, in early 2010, and closed the show, to a standing ovation…and…an invitation to return in 2011!!!!
  • The song, CLOUD 9 is a FINALIST in the INTERNATIONAL SONGWRITING COMPETITION, selected out of 15,000 SUBMISSIONS!
  • The Lost Boys appeared as SPECIAL GUESTS for 19 NATIONAL HEADLINE ARTISTS during their Look Out World…2009 Tour
  • Winner, Ukiah Idol Competition
  • Winner, Colgate Showdown, 2 consecutive years!
  • 1st place in Ukiah Band Slam 'Rock' Category (September '07)
  • 1st Place in Rising Stars Band Competition, GRAND PRIZE overall (September '08)
  • Beau (at age 16) went to San Francisco and auditioned for American Idol & made it past 3 cuts, …just 20 people away from an American Idol trip to Hollywood!
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