By MusicianBio

Country-rock music group LANCO — which means Lancaster & Company — were shaped in 2013 by namesake and frontman Brandon Lancaster. Hailing from Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky, the quintet was curved out by drummer Tripp Howell, guitarist Eric Steedly, keyboardist Jared Hampton, and bassist Chandler Baldwin. Crafting feel-good nation anthems tinged with traditional rock and roll and blues sides, LANCO got their begin after an opportunity conference between Lancaster and manufacturer Jay Joyce (Eric Cathedral, Little Big City) at a Keith Urban concert. Joyce agreed upon LANCO to his posting company and created their eponymous debut EP. The music group agreed upon with Sony Music Nashville imprint Arista Nashville in past due 2015. Their second EP, Prolonged Play, premiered in early 2016. It included three from the same music as their debut, exchanging “Great” for newer monitor and lead one “Long Live Tonight,” a pop-fused nation song using a Kings of Leon undercurrent. Their melody “American Love Tale” was also highlighted as the theme for the Netflix series The Ranch.

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