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June 20, 2006
LAST TRAIN HOME Coming to St. Louis!
CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED LAST TRAIN HOME COMING TO St. LOUIS ON JULY 5TH!

NASHVILLE, TENN - When critically acclaimed alt-country band Last Train Home comes to any city, people take notice so don't miss LTH as they bring their unique blend of soulful Americana alt-country, jazz, and all things in between to St. Louis, MO's Off Broadway on Wed., July 5th.

Last Train Home continues to grow in unexpected and musically profound ways as it aims towards a decade of playing music together in 2007. Legendary country star Marty Stuart describes LTH like this - "Miles Davis and Bill Monroe had a baby - they called it Last Train Home. This band is no less than a Mystery Train, hauling a ghost load of American Music. They must be on a mission because these men play like they mean business. I dig them."

Last Train Home as evolved into an extraordinary live ensemble. The Washington Area Music Association named the group its 2003 "Artist of the Year." Last Train Home has honed its craft so that when they hit the stage, what comes next is a potent combination of raw guts and sheer beauty. It's passionate music from a bunch of guys who are doing this because they absolutely love it.

Lead by Washington Post music writer and main front man Eric Brace, LTH is chalk full of explosive talent including fellow D.C. comrades Karl Straub and Kevin Johnson along with Martin Lynds, J. Carson Gray, Jared Bartlett, Kevin Cordt, Dave Van Allen, Scott McKnight, Bill Williams, Alan Brace and Chris Watling. Together they have crafted one of the tightest, most musically sound alt-country bands playing the circuit today.

These fellows want to spend their lives making music, and they know that now's the time to make the rest of the world know it. You won't want to miss Last Train Home at Off Broadway on July 5th. It'll be an evening well spent with a group of players pouring their hearts into their music and leaving the listener with a feeling of an evening well spent.

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