Lost And Found Records

Lost & Found Music Studios
GenreTeen drama
Created byFrank Van Keeken
  • Deshaun Clarke
  • Ella Jonas Farlinger
  • Sarah Carmosino
  • Alex Zaichkowski
  • Levi Randall
  • Maranda Thomas
  • Alyssa Baker
  • Katrina Hachey
  • Olivia Solo
  • Rakim Kelly
  • Jeni Ross
  • Matthew Bacik
  • Michael Torontow
  • Ali Milner
Opening theme'Lost and Found'
Country of originCanada
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes27
Executive producers
  • Laura Harbin
  • Jay Prychidny
  • Laurie McLarty
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time23 minutes
Production companies
  • Beachwood Canyon Productions
Original networkFamily Channel
Picture format
Original releaseDecember 11, 2015 –
March 31, 2017
Related showsThe Next Step

The Records Division is staffed 24-hours per day, seven days a week, including holidays, in order to provide service to the community and support to the Beaverton Police Department. Yearly, the Records Division issues over 9,100 case numbers, processes over 57,000 reports, processes over 20,000 citations, and has over 94,000 interpersonal. Lost and Found specializes in out-of-print records and they love to buy whole collections. They keep the record store stocked with vintage vinyl so there is always something different for customers to sift through. They offer good records at an affordable price instead of.

Lost & Found Music Studios is a Canadian musical-drama children's series created by Frank van Keeken and aired by Family Channel in Canada, CBBC in the United Kingdom, and Netflix in global territories.[1] The series is produced by Temple Street Productions[2] and Beachwood Canyon Productions. It is a music-centered spin-off of the dance-focused The Next Step, using a similar mockumentary format and sharing characters and locations; the main characters of Lost & Found initially appeared in the third season of The Next Step.[3] The series premiered on December 11, 2015 on Family Channel.[4]

About this store: Lost & Found is THE place for fun & funky gifts & vintage home decor. We are also a specialty smoke shop with a wide variety of pipes, vapes, & accessories. Check out our vinyl section, tons of awesome records at every price point. Lost and Found items MUST contain either your mailing address and/or phone number and if you have one, an alternate e-mail address to contact you at. This information will NOT be posted on the board, and it will not be given to anyone inquiring on your item. It will only be for our use, in the event.


'A live music venue, recording studio and jam space, Lost & Found is an amazing place where young musicians go to become great. Members immerse themselves in music, write songs record tracks and form bands in hopes of turning their passion into a profession. But, if making it in the music industry wasn’t hard enough, these aspiring artists also have to deal with the many issues teens face including first crushes, peer pressure, difficult home lives and trying to fit in.'[4]



  • Shane Harte as Luke
  • Keara Graves as Leia
  • DeShaun Clarke as Jude
  • Ella Jonas Farlinger as Eva
  • Sarah Carmosino as Rachel
  • Alex Zaichkowski as John
  • Levi Randall as Theo
  • Trevor Tordjman as James
  • Maranda Thomas as Mary
  • Alyssa Baker as Maggie
  • Katrina Hachey as Hannah
  • Olivia Solo as Annabelle
  • Rakim Kelly as Isaac
  • Jeni Ross as Clara
  • Matthew Bacik as Nate
  • Michael Torontow as Mr. T
  • Ali Milner as Parker
  • Victoria Baldesarra as Michelle


  • Brittany Raymond as Riley
  • Jordan Clark as Giselle
  • Lovell Adams-Gray as Tully
  • Kathryn Greco as Patricia
  • Lauren Thomas as Jackie
  • Bailey Pelkman as Britney
  • Ian Matthews as Thomas


Season 1 (2015-16)[edit]

No. in seasonTitleRelease date
1Lost and Found December 11, 2015
2See Through Me January 8, 2016
3Play the Record January 15, 2016
4Heart & Soul January 22, 2016
5Invinicble January 29, 2016
6All About the Music February 5, 2016
7Day After Day February 12, 2016
8Dancing in the Rain February 19, 2016
9Potent Love February 26, 2016
10Heart Shape March 4, 2016
11Freebird March 11, 2016
12Sunrise March 25, 2016
13Callin' Callin' Part 1 April 1, 2016
14Callin' Callin' Part 2April 1, 2016

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Season 2 (2016-17)[edit]

No. in seasonTitleRelease date
1Sweet TartsDecember 16, 2016
2Rhythm In My HeatbeatJanuary 13, 2017
3WonderingJanuary 20, 2017
4Take ControlJanuary 27, 2017
5Hit My HeartFebruary 3, 2017
6How Far We've ComeFebruary 10, 2017
7Last ShotFebruary 17, 2017
8Take You ThereFebruary 24, 2017
9Let it GoMarch 3, 2017
10Falling for YouMarch 10, 2017
11Call My NameMarch 17, 2017
12You Could Have it AllMarch 24, 2017
13The Sound of ChangeMarch 31, 2017


  1. ^'Lost & Found Music Studios - Lost & Found Music Studios is back!'. BBC. Retrieved 2019-09-23.
  2. ^'Lost & Found Music Studios Temple Street Productions'. templestreet.com.
  3. ^Palmieri, Lea (2017-11-24). ''Lost & Found Music Studios' On Netflix: Why Is This Cheesy Canadian Teen Show So Irresistible?'. Decider. Retrieved 2019-09-23.
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External links[edit]

  • Lost & Found Music Studios on IMDb

Lost & Found Records Demo

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lost_%26_Found_Music_Studios&oldid=987703097'
  • Artists
  • Discography

Lost & Found

For the last 40-plus years, the band Lost & Found has been an established and popular brand in the bluegrass world. The original members of the group, which formed in Virginia in the early 1970s, included Allen Mills on banjo, Dempsey Young on mandolin, Roger Handy on guitar and Gene Parker on banjo. The band became favorites on the concert and festival circuit due to their level-headed and talent-laden approach to traditional bluegrass music.

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Over the years, as with most bands, Lost & Found went through a few lineup changes. Ronnie Bowman, Junior Sisk, Steve Thomas, and Ray Berrier are some of the more notable names to have passed through the group. The one constant throughout the years, however, has been Mills and his bluegrass vision.

In the 1980s, Lost & Found signed with Rebel Records and began to record a series of albums for the label. Some of those include Endless Highway, Sun’s Gonna Shine, Hymn Time, January Rain, A Ride Through The Country, It’s About Time and Love, Lost and Found. The song “Johnston’s Grocery Store” from the It’s About Time album climbed to Number 1 on the Bluegrass Unlimited magazine song chart.

For most of the band’s first three decades, mandolinist Dempsey Young was there alongside Mills. In 2006, however, Young’s untimely and tragic death began a hard time for the Lost & Found family. Eventually, a few years later, the group bounced back with the album Love, Lost and Found, a project that featured Young’s final recordings yet also showcased the band’s new lineup. The musician who was tapped to take over the mandolin chair after Young’s passing was Scott Napier. Napier, who plays on Love, Lost and Found, was a long-time alumnus with Larry Sparks and the Lonesome Ramblers. He also performed with Dale Ann Bradley and Marty Raybon and spent time in the house band for the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour program.

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Ronald Smith, who also appears on the Lost, Love and Found, has performed professionally as a bluegrass musician since he was a teenager and has been a member of Lost & Found since 1999. The current version of the group features Mills, Smith, Napier and guitarist and songwriter Dan Wells, who penned three of the songs on Love, Lost and Found.

in 2010, Rebel Records released Down On Sawmill Road, a compilation of popular songs culled from the albums that Lost & Found recorded on the label. Some of the featured cuts include “Leaving You and Mobile Too,” “If Today Was the Last Day,” “Log Cabin in the Lane,” “The Rabbit Song,” “That’s What Country Folks Do” and the aforementioned “Johnston’s Grocery Store.” The Lost & Found alumnus featured on Down on Sawmill Road include Mills, Young, Smith, Parker, Napier, Scottie Sparks, Gene Parker, Steve Wilson, Barry Berrier, Steve Thomas and Lynwood Lunsford.

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