The Lost Trailers
After a four year hiatus, The Lost Trailers are back with a bang!
Established in 2000: The Lost Trailers are an American country music band originally formed in Albany, Georgia. The first line up went under the name “Stokes Nielson and The Lost Trailers,” inspired from 3 separate incidents where the band’s equipment trailers were stolen. They made their debut at a Fourth of July picnic, hosted by country singer Willie Nelson. The same year, the group self-released their debut album, followed by 2 other full-length albums before switching to BNA Records in 2006.
It was then that the band issued a self-titled success; producing the singles “Call Me Crazy” and “Why Me.” Both of these compositions entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. A fifth album, “Holler Back,” reached #9 on the country charts with their hit title track, as well ranking in the Top 20 in “How ‘Bout You Don’t.” The Lost Trailers also released a collaboration single titled “Heart Of A Champion” with Corbette Jackson. The song, penned by Nielson and Jackson.
After several band members left to pursue other endeavors, Stokes Nielson revamped the lineup with The Lost Trailers in 2011: incorporating Jason Wyatt. Harrison Tobin of HRT Records & Productions began collaborating for the release of their next radio single, “Underdog.” It made Top 40 on the country charts. Followed in mid-2012 was “American Beauty.”
Wyatt announced his departure in April 2014, and focused on producing Nashville artists.
As of now, the return of The Lost Trailers has officially been announced and you can currently contact us for booking them at your event!