Lomax Fun Facts! Did you know... ...that The Lomax is a six piece original alt-country / pop-rock band made up of Andy Ellis (vocals / acoustic guitar), Dave Ragsdale (vocals / electric guitar / harmonica / banjo / etc.), Brian Patrick (electric guitar), Chris White (bass / vocals / etc.), Dave "Suede" Fields (drums), and new addition Jeff Chipman (keyboards)? ...that The Lomax is named after famed father and son musicologists John and Alan Lomax? ...that Dave Ragsdale and Chris White played together in the band "the Frotus Caper"-but played different instruments than they play in The Lomax? (Dave played drums and Chris played guitar...) ...that "The Lomax Album" is the full length recorded debut of The Lomax? ...that Dave "Suede" Fields has played and recorded with many Maine rock acts, including Darien Brahms, MRC, the Steve Maclean Ensemble, the Whigs, and more? ...that the members of The Lomax include one plumber, one lawyer, one nursing student, one piano salesman, and two cabinetmakers? ...that a "Lomax" is also a kit car based on the Citroën 2CV. ...that Dave "Suede" Fields and Jeff Chipman played together in the touring band of Columbia Records artist Scott Folsom, opening for such 1980s luminaries at the Fixx and the Hooters? ...that The Lomax practice in a converted mill building in Lewiston? ...that "The Lomax Album" was recorded in several different locations, including the Jonathan Wyman's Halo Studio in Westbrook, Chris White's basement, and Dave Ragsdale's attic? ...that "The Lomax Album" was mastered by Scott Elson at Acadia Recording Company in Portland, Maine? ...that Lunsford Lindsay Lomax was an American educator, farmer, and officer in the United States Army who resigned his commission to join the Confederate Army at the outbreak of the American Civil War? ...that the song "Lewiston Kids" was included on the Greetings from Area Code 207 Volume 7 compilation?