Lost Walk's album, “Wolf, Woman, Man”, tells the story of a couple that moves into a desolate mountain region and ultimately faces challenges from the elements, each other and a lone, injured wolf. The band's live performances enhance the story by including visual elements created by local artists, set design by Chucky Martinez and Pat Steeno and a team of four dancers.
Band members include veteran Denver musicians: Andy Thomas (The Knew, Tin Horn Prayer, Andy Thomas’ Dust Heart); Jen GaNun (Andy Thomas’ Dust Heart); Dameon Merkl (Bad Luck City); Ryan Fiegl (Bret Sexton Quartet); David Thomas Bailey (Faceman) Kelly O’Dea (Bad Luck City, Tarantella); Chad Johnson (Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, Munly and the Lupercalians, Tarantella)
Lost Walks Dancers are: Claire Steeno, Jessica Riggs, Karlyn Griswold, Page Cirillo.
Off stage, Lost Walks’ goal is to partner with Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, and other like minded organizations, to raise awareness, empathy and incite engagement in regards to protecting wolves and returning the species to Colorado. Earnings from album sales, live performances and merchandise have been donated to organizations who are actively fighting to protect endangered and threatened wolves.