Lost Coin is a pop/rock band with passion, power, and conviction. The group has been together for over 4 years traveling throughout Canada, the United States, and various parts of Europe sharing their music wherever and whenever possible. They have sold thousands of albums, opened for dozens of international artists (ie. Jars of Clay, Reliant K, Rebecca St. James, Audio Adrenaline, Sonic Flood, etc.), appeared on local and national television programs (CTV's 'Breakfast Television' in Halifax, the New PL's 'New Day,' CTS 'the Warehouse,' Rogers Cable TV, '100 Huntley St.' on Global TV), and have won a mantle full of various awards and accolades. As a band, Lost Coin has had only one goal - to strive for excellence in their music, their showmanship, and their message. 'Music is the great communicator,' explains lead singer Michael Bannerman. 'As a band, it's important to us that our music and shows are incredibly entertaining, but it is equally important that our music has something to say. There are already more than enough bands singing songs about cotton candy and bubble gum. It's not that there isn't a place for that kind of stuff - it's just that we're not it.' The songs on the band's latest project titled 'Human' focus on the personal experience that people explore in their search for their place in the world. 'As musicians we sing about the things that are important to us,' says keyboardist Scott Bannerman. 'It is about who we are and what we think and feel. People are constantly looking for some kind of meaning from their life. We believe we have found some meaning in ours and desire to share our thoughts and feelings through our music...' --------------- Some recent achievements include: 2000 CGMA Covenant Award winner for 'Favourite Live Band' 2001 Over 70 concerts around Canada and the U.S. including television appearances on '100 Huntley Street', CTV's 'Breakfast Television', the New PL's 'New Day', and a Life 100.3 'Air Raid'. 2003 'All Fall Down' heard during an episode of 'Knock First', seen nationally on the ABC Family Network. 2003 *THIS* CD was nominated for more than 5 national Canadian awards including a VIBE award nomination for best rock album and 3 CGMA award nominations for songs of the year and album of the year.