Thursday, October 25, 2012
Lost In The Trees
Morning Becomes Eclectic
KCRW.com; KCRW 89.9 FM (LA)
Link via Bosco Radio Arts Channel
Thursday 10.25.2012; 10 AM PT
Five Scoops of Bosco
Lost in the Trees front-man Ari Picker leads his celebrated North Carolina collective, Lost In The Trees, through songs that turn loss and transformation into a musical celebration on the Morning Becomes Eclectic radio program at 11:15 AM PT on Thursday Morning 10.25.2012
The group will perform a live set on the program.
The program can be heard live in the Los Angeles area on KCRW 89.9 FM radio or on the web at kcrw.com.
We have also provided a link to the show on our Bosco Radio Arts and Entertainment Channel. The link is in the sidebar.
Lost in the Trees is an American orchestral folk pop band from Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
They are currently producing music under Trekky Records and ANTI-Records.
Their current line up consists of: Ari Picker (writer/vocals), Emma Nadeau (french horn/vocals), Drew Anagnost (cello), Jenavieve Varga (violin), and Mark Duamen (tuba).
Lead singer Ari Picker cites diverse influence such as Beethoven, Radiohead, Vivaldi, Neutral Milk Hotel, Saint-Saëns, and OutKast, among others.
The group formed in 2007 when Picker, a native of Chapel Hill, assembled a group of musicians to record the EP Time Taunts Me on Trekky Records.
Picker started his music career as a member of The B-Sides. After studying at Berklee College of Music, he decided to attempt a more orchestral effort.
After the release of the EP, Picker moved back to North Carolina and assembled his band with the help of Berklee's orchestra as well as Trekky Records.
The Morning Becomes Eclectic Radio Program, hosted weekdays by Jason Bentley, is committed to a music experience that celebrates innovation, creativity and diversity by combining progressive pop, world beat, jazz, African, reggae, classical and new music.