This Frontier Needs Heroes
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US Brooklyn, NY – Americana / Folk Rock / Singer/Songwriter / Acoustic Rock / New Folk
This Frontier Needs Heroes
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Gig History
04 Sep / 2019 Live at Heart 2019 Örebro, SE
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Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Real Job Album 2016
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder Hooky Album 2013
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder The Future Album 2011
Edit-artist-releases-release-placeholder This Frontier Needs Heroes Album 2009
Heroic Endeavours
3b63abee4d818e4efc487b67eaf9c46b3b24d53b It's a Lonely Kind of Christmas Single 2013
B221efd9033185c0af6a3a291a96aba6619c526a Hooky Album 2013
2c5ac2ae1bf162eee144e38b1c863b08bd9a432f The Future Album 2011
This Frontier Needs Heroes
Ef9ba0c18c0e3758a4b530eef455db2968a78901 This Frontier Needs Heroes Album 2009
Real Job Records
1fdbc68fb2e869c9c0566f986fbbd893ddeb5589 Real Job Album 2016
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Booking
Heyman Booking
Giovanni Sgarbi
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This Frontier Needs Heroes is the moniker of singer-songwriter Brad Lauretti who has been touring all over the US and Europe.

With four studio albums under his belt, festival performances include Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, Folk Alliance International, Magnolia Fest, Hickey Fest, Gamble Rogers Folk Festival, Gram Parsons Guitar Pull, End of the Road, Solfest, Incubate, and Reeperbahn. Originally from Brooklyn, NY he is now based in Nashville, TN.

"We're warning you now: You might fall in love with someone in the room during this band's set. So genuine, so commanding, so deceptively simple is TFNH's music that, before you know it, something inside you has shifted - suddenly your staring into someone else's eyes from across the bar." -Folio Weekly