Maverick Magazine’s David Knowles says that Lost Hollow is “one of the best kept secrets in folk music.” Lost Hollow is “a delightful album” and Buddy Iahn from Musicuniverse.com says Lost Hollow “is one of the best sounding records I’ve heard from an unsigned act.”
You may have never heard of Lost Hollow. But if you listen to the radio, you certainly have heard Tommy Harden. If you’ve heard “Hard to Love,” (Lee Brice), “Cowboys and Angels,” (Dustin Lynch), ‘If heaven weren’t so far away’ (Justin Moore), or ‘Girl, I just got started loving you’ (James Otto) you’ve listened to him play drums. In Nashville, Tommy is a top call studio drummer, playing on many of today’s biggest hits, while also playing in Reba McEntire’s road band.
Just like Sheryl Crow (backgrounds for Michael Jackson), Glen Campbell (guitar player in the wrecking crew), and Dave Grohl (drummer for Nirvana), Tommy gets to put down the drumsticks and step behind the microphone. Tommy started playing guitar and piano at the age of 11, and singing at the age of 15.
But he’s only half of the duo. The ‘better’ half is Lorrie. A top Nashville hit songwriter friend once said, “Lorrie is the best singer in Nashville, she’s like a best kept secret!” Putting her vocal career on the back burner to raise 6, yes 6 kids, Lorrie is finally making her amazing vocals a priority. Her voice has been described as both ‘rich as chocolate’ and ‘captivating,’ ‘a voice to be heard.’ You will fall in love with her voice as well.
Lost Hollow is the venue where you get to hear the powerful songwriting of Lor and Tommy. On the Reba “Duets” record, Reba recorded not 1, but 2 of their songs. Sleeping with a Telephone (duet with Faith Hill) and Everyday People (duet with Carole King). Reba “Duets” went on to sell double platinum.