🎄 MERRY CHRISTMAS Check out our music video "Santa Claus Is Back In Town"!! This holiday song is part of the Gulf Coast Records' release "A Gulf Coast Christmas". We’re so excited to be part of our first Christmas album with such an awesome group of our fellow Gulf Coast Records artists. We hope you have as much fun listening to this record as we had being part of making it! 📀 ORDER your signed copy of "A Gulf Coast Christmas" and receive FREE downloads of 2 NEW Odds Lane songs! ➡️ https://www.oddslane.com/store

Read what the critics are already saying >>>>>>


"Lost & Found stands as a true original masterpiece of creativity on the parts of the duo Odds Lane, rooted in Jazzy / Blues infused foundation, the album shines and draws you into a full and harmonious world created by Doug and Brian......Lost & Found will resonate with you and your life.....Odds Lane definitely scores a win with Lost & Found" — Joseph Timmons (IndiePulseMusic)


"These guys bring the best of classic rock to a solid understanding of the blues…Every song is a rocking workshop in how to get it done” - Bob Leggett (LA Music Critic)


Lost & Found is the band’s third and latest release to date and dare I say, undoubtedly their best....this is a perfect example of how bearing your genuine soul is what breaks down any cynic’s skeptical judgement...The record is inimitable....In a very concise summary, get the damn album. It’s excellent!"  — Mazzy Vai (The Spectatour)

"Doug Byrkit and Brian Zielie have a sound that is second to none. Great songs, great playing, truly original. Almost a modern day Steely Dan” — Mike Zito (2021 Blues Rock Artist of the year)


“Odds Lane doesn’t waste any time.....The blues rock gauntlet has been thrown down and these guys have a dirty gritty backbeat that crawls under your skin...... I very much like the way they blend different styles – they don’t just stick with one groove or one sound. I think the way Mike Zito produces album will make them an unbeatable combination.” — Professor Johnny P's Juke Joint


"Brilliant, and sometimes darkly humorous, it is impossible to categorize Odds Lane and we wouldn't have it any other way." - JD Nash (American Blues Scene Magazine)

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