Finding Lucy Appears On July 10 Unsigned

Finding Lucy
Finding Lucy is an up-and-coming Indie Rock band from Columbia, South Carolina that has received an astounding level of national and international attention for a new group. First assembled in 2011, today’s band members include Grayson Alexander (vocalist-songwriter, guitarist), Logan Charles (vocalist, guitarist), Alex Nolan (bassist, background vocalist) and Evan Moore (drummer). Influenced by bands like Go Radio, Mayday Parade, and From Indian Lakes, Finding Lucy features unique, powerful arrangements, captivating hooks and lyrics that reflect the social maze of their generation.

Finding Lucy began as an expression of Grayson’s passion for music from an early age, but quickly developed into a serious endeavor after the band’s first tour to Charleston, SC in 2012. After a brief hiatus at the beginning of 2013, the group returned in March of that year to perform during the St. Patrick’s Day Festival in downtown Columbia with new bassist Alex Nolan. Multiple engagements followed as the group’s immense talent became evident to local and regional promoters. In May of 2015, they released their first studio EP, “Long Live the Problem Child”, and played their first summer festival (Carolina Craft Beer and Music Festival in Winston Salem, NC) in June. Finding Lucy’s first single release (“This Time”) spent a total of 13 weeks on national digital radio airplay charts, climbing to #5 on the Adult Contemporary chart and #10 on the Rock chart on September 26, 2015. (

Their current EP was recorded at Archer Avenue Studio with the help of producer Kenny McWilliams. It is available through all major digital outlets and streaming music services.

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Finding Lucy appear on WXRY Unsigned on Sunday, July 10, 2016 broadcasting LIVE from The British Bulldog Pub.

Published by WXRY Discovery

A radio show featuring all the music you haven’t heard. Every Sun. 8-9pm on @wxry

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