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Lost & Found

by Scott Julsen Band

"Songwriting at its finest" This CD has been getting great reviews and currently on one of Denver's top radio stations. Catching, well-crafted songwriting with melodic and delicious guitar....a true talent.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Come To Me
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2. Lost & Found
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3. Little Darling
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4. Underwater
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5. Butterflies
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6. Enjoy The Ride
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7. Underdog
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8. Win
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9. Fire
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10. Goodbyes
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11. Ice Queen
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Album Notes
If you haven't caught them at their local shows-or heard their songs being played on 99.5 The Mountain-you are missing one of the best performing bands in Denver!

Founded by its namesake, the release of the Scott Julsen Band's new CD, Lost & Found, marks Scott's return to Colorado following a 10 year run in Los Angles. It was there he honed his guitar and songwriting skills working with several bands and artists as a session player and becoming a top on-call studio and sit-in guitarist.

Complementing Scott, the band features drummer Don Casler, bass player Brad Craig and Russ Green on guitar. This line up gives Scott what he had been missing-a way to rebuild a new and fresh sound.

The Scott Julsen Band plays mostly original material with a small arsenal of cover tunes that include everything from jam bands to cutting- edge bands. Theirs is a diverse sound driven by a core of dual guitars matched with a great rhythm section, and peppered with violin, keyboards, and harmonica. You will frequently find special guest artists sitting in with the band.

The live show is built for each individual venue ranging from solo acoustic and/or percussion to full-blown jam sets.

Hot Selling/Marketing points:
- SJB constantly playing to support CD
- Current, consistent radio play
- Radio friendly songs
- Diverse live show for any venue
- Awe-inspiring guitar
- Artistic songwriting
- Rave reviews


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Chad Velvin

The Scott Julsen Band, it’s solid guitar riffs, great symmetry amongst all the p
If there is one thing you can count on when listening to The Scott Julsen Band, it’s solid guitar riffs, great symmetry amongst all the players, and lyrics that have a purpose. The latest effort by this group does not disappoint. The versatility in the compilation of songs is pronounced, yet the songs all portray the essence of the band.

The song receiving a lot of airtime on the radio, “Little Darling”, is a catchy tune with a tone of Blues Traveler to its aura. Julsen displays his talents with both the acoustic guitar and electric guitar while creating a chorus that will have you singing the song in your head over and over again.

Another track that will stick in your mind is “Enjoy the Ride”. The song begins with a serene feel to it, and then the introduction of the electric guitar will make your blood flow. The solid musicianship of all the band members is displayed in this song with Don “Donzo” Casler holding it all together on the drums and Brad Craig right there to add the power on the bass.

“Underdog” may be one of the best songs on the disc. It has a Tommy Bolin-esque sound to it that is almost eerie. Julsen’s guitar will remind you a lot of Tommy Bolin on various tracks, but this one stands out.

The versatility of Julsen’s music is defined in the lyric-free song “Butterflies”. This song resembles something from a Windham Hill product, great acoustic guitar that would make Alex DeGrassi proud.

The disc ends with “Ice Queen”, a little diddy that really has a DMB feel to it.

All in all, the latest product by The Scott Julsen Band is highly recommended and will not disappoint the most avid music lovers of all varieties.