Finding Myself with Lost In The Trees

I remember the first time I saw Lost In The Trees. I was absolutely astounded that they actually had a tuba player in the band. My posting on facebook the next day went something like “Never in my life! I mean A TUBA PLAYER?!!?” Ok so that may sound somewhat naive but still – I was impressed. The second time I saw them perform was at Joe’s Pub. The sound at Joe’s Pub, in case you’ve never been, is exquisite. I could hear the harmonies, I could hear each and every instrument and instead of being struck by the fact there was a tuba player I was moved by the beauty of the music and the hauntingly dark lyrics. By the time Lost In The Trees came back to NYC for a third time I was, and am, a full-fledged supporter. Below are a few images from that third show at Mercury Lounge:

Ari Picker from Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Ari Picker

Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Lost In The Trees

Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Lost In The Trees

Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Lost In The Trees

Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Lost In The Trees

Lost In The Trees at Mercury Lounge photo by Keena Gonzalez

Ari Picker with his band Lost In The Trees

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A rock n' roll photographer I curator I social media correspondent
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