They started their musical tours by riding bicycles coast to coast and back again, performing concerts on borrowed instruments wherever they were welcomed, and they continued by encouraging all who heard them to "do what you can with what you have," as they made their unique sound with two instruments and their voices.
In 2016, they stopped their full-time touring. In 2017 they wrote Luther: The Rock Opera, and these days they play a few concerts a year of the new music with the occasional other Lost And Found song thrown in.
Their concerts are interactive, driven by the audience. Each show is different -- always spontaneous, improvisational and musical, often poignant and sometimes funny. Some have said their music is "acoustic thrash." Some have called it "heavy mental" owing to the lyrical content in each three-minute song. And some have simply said, "Well, at least it's organic." How ever you choose to characterize the sound, if you see these guys play, you'll find that all are welcome, that strangers become friends at the concerts, and that the music of faith is fun.