LOST & FOUND
“Put It Off Until Tomorrow”
“Put It Off Until Tomorrow” is a wonderful classic song written by Bill Owens and Dolly Parton, recorded by Dolly back in 1967. The Lost & Found recorded their version in 2013 with Dempsey Young bringing the track to the band. This is one of the last recordings of Dempsey Young with the Lost & Found. The album “Final Chapter” releasing later this year is the final project from the band.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- 45+ years of recording and touring.
- Formed in 1973, the original Lost & Found band consisted of Allen Mills (bass), Gene Parker (banjo), Dempsey Young (mandolin), and Roger Handy (guitar).
- Beloved single "Love of the Mountains" became a bluegrass standard. The band continues to be a strong positive force in contemporary bluegrass music.
- Allen Mills on bass, Dan Wells on Guitar, Ronald Smith on banjo and Scott Napier on Mandolin.