Lost & Found – Final Chapter

Lost & Found – Final Chapter

Mountain Fever Records proudly announces the new album, Final Chapter, by Lost & Found. This remarkable heritage album celebrates the band’s 50th Anniversary as one of the most influential bands in bluegrass music.

Most of the tracks on Final Chapter were recorded in late 2013 by Sammy Shelor, sound engineer, at Mountain Fever Studios in Willis, VA. Mountain Fever Records owner Mark Hodges recently came across the “lost” hard drive containing the recordings that appear on Final Chapter.

Allen Mills said, “I would like to give a huge thank you to Mark Hodges at Mountain Fever Record for encouraging me to get this album out. I really enjoyed laying down each track. It was such a pleasure to work and record with the entire group.”

Musicians on the album include Allen Mills on lead and harmony vocals; Dan Wells on guitar and harmony vocals; Ronald Smith on banjo and harmony vocals; Scott Napier on mandolin; and the late Jason Moore on upright bass. Other tracks include previously unreleased tunes like “Put It Off Until Tomorrow,” recorded years prior, and one of the last recordings by mandolinist Dempsey Young. That song also features Allen Mills on bass and harmony vocals; Scotty Sparks on lead vocal and guitar; and Ronald Smith on banjo and harmony vocal.

Put It Off Until Tomorrow


Final Chapter tracks include:

Dreamer’s Hill
Giving Up on You
Mountain Folks
Your Old Standby
Who Will You Call
How Great Thou Art
Same Old Town
Put It Off Until Tomorrow
The band formed in 1973 and recorded over a dozen albums, including songs like “Love of the Mountains,” now a bluegrass standard. Thankfully, Lost & Found’s music continues to inspire younger generations. The original band included Mills on bass, Gene Parker on banjo, Dempsey Young on mandolin, and Roger Handy on guitar. Over the years, band members included Berry Berrier, Lynwood Lunsford, Ronnie Bowman, Shane Bartley, Greg Luck, Jody King, Ben Greene, and many more. The band stayed active for all these years until a couple of years ago when Mills retired from touring.

Music fans can stream or purchase Final Chapter at all major outlets. The album is available to radio programmers at AirPlay Direct HERE.