Benjamin Tod & Lost Dog Street Band Announce Concerts in Bozeman and Missoula

Dark country band Benjamin Tod & Lost Dog Street Band will bring their Shooting Star Tour to Montana in 2024, performing at The ELM on October 21st and The Wilma on October 22nd.

Led by vocalist/guitarist Benjamin Tod and his wife Ashley Mae (fiddle/vocals), Lost Dog Street Band serenades audiences with their signature style of gritty and authentic storytelling. Their music blends dark country and Americana influences which has drawn comparisons to Johnny Cash and Steve Earle. Get a taste of their sound and listen to the tracks “September Doves” “Carry On” and “War Inside of Me.”

Their album Weight of a Trigger reached number five on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums chart in 2019. Their most recent album Survived was released earlier this year. Glide Magazine called it a “hell of an album” and praised Tod’s strong and confident vocals.

Through rocky times, Lost Dog Street Band has prevailed to become a powerful live act, known for leaving audiences spellbound with their raw emotion and captivating performances. Don’t miss your chance to witness them live — get your tickets ASAP!


GROOVE PRESALE: A limited amount of Groove Presale tickets will be available ONLINE ONLY (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, June 6th. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.

PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Friday, June 7th at 10am and will be available to purchase in person at Logjam Presents Box Offices and online while supplies last.

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About Benjamin Tod & Lost Dog Street Band

After dark country trio Lost Dog Street Band released its 2022 album Glory, bandleader Benjamin Tod decided it was time to retire the project. Tod, alongside his wife Ashley Mae (fiddle), had been working together as a band since 2011. “I came to terms with letting go of Lost Dog completely, which is how I evaluate a lot of things in general,” explains Tod. “Oftentimes when I’m trying to make a really hard decision, I go ahead and go through the process of mourning its death and accepting that I am going to lose it.” But just a month after recording a solo project in January of 2023, Tod felt an urge to revisit the project one more time.

“I thought I was done with Lost Dog, but after recording my solo album, I looked over all the songs that I had ready for a new record. These were songs for my band. I had to admit to myself that I wasn’t done with Lost Dog.” That energy is infectious throughout the album, beginning with opener “Brighter Shade.” Guitar melodies interlock with Ashley Mae’s fiddle line, providing plenty of room for a staggering mandolin part and shuffling drums. “Each day I love you more,” Tod croons, singing to his wife. “I could leave but some part of me would stay,” he adds, before concluding, “And only I can love you like I do, and you dare to trade it all for a brighter shade of blue.” Continue reading…