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Lost Dogs find unity in their differences
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Bangor Daily News - Bangor, Me.
Author: McGarrigle, Dale||||||OF THE NEWS STAFF
Date: Oct 22, 2002
Start Page: 1
Section: C
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The three all are leaders of successful Christian bands. [Michael Roe] (from the 77s), [Terry Taylor] (DA, the Swirling Eddies) and [Derri Daugherty] (The Choir) joined with Gene Eugene (Adam Again) in 1992, and produced four albums together. Then Eugene passed away in his sleep in 2000 at the Green Room, the recording studio that produced all of the Dogs albums until that time.

"We're got one prolific guy and two procrastinators," Roe said. "The prolific guy wins out, and the procrastinators contribute occasionally. Terry does his best writing for the Dogs, I guess because he's challenged by our musicianship, our tunesmanship, if that's a word."

Tickets for the Lost Dogs show are $10 in advance and $12 at the door, and are available at the Grasshopper Shop in Bangor and Rockland, The Green Store in Belfast, Wild Rufus in Camden, Good Vibrations in Augusta and The Record Gallery in Waterville, by calling 623-9821 or by accessing www.villagesoup.com.

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