Anderson ~ Guitar
Clint Donley ~ Vocals
Steiner Fugelstad ~ Bass
Robert Maib ~ Drums
Mike Hubbard ~ Guitar
In Memory of
In 1967, LSD and The Adicts changed the name of the group to The Lost Children. We replaced Randy Pearson on Organ with Steiner Fugelstad on bass, and kept that name until about 1974.
As The Lost Children we recorded two 45's. The first on Richtone Records of Richland, Washington was "Of Leaves" and "Imagination Tour". Later we recorded at Topaz records in Seattle, Washington "My Reasons For Living" and "Everything, That's Our Own". Both pressings were limited to about 300 copies each. Osbournes 2001 Record Value Guide lists our 2nd record and shows it as at a $5.00 to $8.00 value.
We were an "Animal House" type band (fun first, music second) and we played Washington State University, Whitman College, Walla Walla Community College, high schools and small towns throughout Eastern Washington.
Being The "best" of the local talent, we were fortunate to be the opening act for the major talent that came though the area and we opened for, The Kingsmen, Merrilee Rush, The Bards, The Liverpool Five, The New Yorkers and others.
The last any of us played was in 1999 when I filled in with my brothers group, The Diminishing Faculties in Spokane for two gigs.
Clint Donley, December 2002