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LANco Talk Debut Single 'Long Live Tonight'

08/30/2016
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(Radio.com) Nashville based LANco has released their debut single, 'Long Live Tonight," which is climbing up radio playlists. The five member band, fronted by Brandon Lancaster, is known for their high energy shows, and has played with such acts as Old Dominion, Dwight Yoakam, The Band Perry and Eli Young Band.

Their four song self-titled EP was produced by innovative producer Jay Joyce, who has worked with Eric Church, LIttle Big Town, Zac Brown Band and more. When Radio.com talked with the band, which includes Lancaster, Chandler Baldwin (bass), Jared Hampton (keyboards, banjo), Tripp Howell (drums), and Eric Steedly (lead guitar), they told us how they started and what's most important to them.

Lancaster said, 'Relationship with audience is everything to LANco. The band name stands originally for Lancaster and Company. A lot of times with bands in Nashville, it's like a revolving door. But this group of guys, we stuck together and were together so long it kinda made sense to shorten it to LANco and make it more of a unit." Read more here.

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