Welcome Stokes and Friends to #TheMegaBullhornofTruth

My Friend Stokes Nielson is on #TheMegaBullhornofTruth Stokes has a podcast and we are featuring his podcast, The Spirit of Humanity. Locate it by clicking on the graphic to the left or here.


The Lost Trailers are an ACM-nominated, Top-10 Billboard-charting country music band from Nashville, Tennessee. Established in 2000 by Stokes Nielson, the band made its debut at a Fourth of July picnic held by country singer Willie Nelson, and it wasn’t long before their self-released debut album “Story of the New Age Cowboy”, had Nashville buzzing. Releases on Universal/Republic and BNA Records followed which produced the singles “Call Me Crazy” and “Why Me”, both of which entered the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. The Next album, “Holler Back”, was released in August 2008, producing a Top-10 country hit with its title track and a Top-20 in “How ‘Bout You Don’t”.

In 2018 The Lost Trailers were reformed with lead singer Jeff Dane back at the helm. “The fans have been wanting new music for a long time” Dane shared at the 2018 ACM awards. “So we’re going to give it to them. We’ve always had a reputation as being one the hardest working bands, who put on some of the best live shows. So we’re back and we’re planning on living up to that reputation and giving everything we’ve got to our fans who have stuck with us for years.”

Center City Conservatives President Brian Hornback and Stokes Neilson

Center City Conservatives President Brian Hornback and Stokes Neilson

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