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Lucky Boys Confusion Returns to Midwest Rock Glory With New Album ‘Stormchasers’

September 23, 2017


What if I told you that the best band in the world was one that you never heard of? Would you think that I’m crazy or would you go listen to their entire catalog? Sometimes in life, something is so incredible that is goes unnoticed. When this happens, it is a professional tragedy but every once in a while, reality exceeds expectations and when that happens in anything, we simply stand in amazement. Lucky Boys Confusion (LBC) is one of those rare treats that like a fine wine gets better with age. Today, we are going to talk about a band that literally shook the entire Midwest for over 2 decades and despite the lack of being critically acclaimed, they have captured a piece of our hearts. With their album “STORMCHASERS” it is going to be almost impossible for the world not to notice this unique ensemble of talent any longer.


While it is hard to believe, the band was formed in 1997. For over 20 years, LBC has been on the scene and while others with less talent have reaped the benefits of strong websites and talented marketing, many have never heard of this band that took control of the college scene in the late 90’s and is now resonating in our world as we embark on the middle of our lives. Unlike most things in life, LBC is better now than it was 20 years ago and the lyrics and the music has created a new sound that has taken the music world by storm.


Brian d’Hedouville, a longtime LBC fan was quoted as saying, “It’s hard to believe. I started listening to this band when I was a college freshman at the University of Michigan. Now I have a family and a career and their music is o