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- Artist: The Leftovers
- Format: CD
- Release Date:5/19/2009
D. Logan Foster - Guitar/Vocals Hometown: Iva, S.C. DOB: Feb. 18, 1962 D. Logan Foster was born with a guitar in his hands. His mom, Irene Foster, taught him his first chords on the instrument, and the rest is history. He has been playing guitar professionally since he was a teenager and has been a part of several bands over the years. A member of ASCAP, he is also a prolific songwriter, contributing most of the original material performed by The Leftovers. He has several solo CDs, including, '319008,' 'Something in the Water,' 'Mystery Ship,' Black Ankle Boogie,' and 'Wild and Crazy Aura for a Cuban Eel's Face.' Foster teaches guitar, banjo and fiddle at Poco Music in Easley, S.C. He is married to the band's bass player, Cassandra Roxanne. The couple lives in Easley, S.C. Bennie Bee - Drums Hometown: Dewey Rose, Ga. DOB: Aug. 4, 1962 Bennie was born in West Virginia and raised in Ohio. He started playing drums at the young age of 11, taking private lessons and continued playing throughout high school. Bennie had the privilege of opening for country acts like Kenny Rogers, Loretta Lynn, Johnny Russell, the Gatlin Brothers and Carlene Carter. Along with playing with the band, he is also a sound technician, running sound for acts such as Ken Mellons, Confederate Railroad, Billy Joe Royal and Ricochet. Bennie lives in Dewey Rose, Ga. with his wife Tammy Bee. The couple has three children. Cassandra Roxanne - Bass/Vocals Hometown: Pickens, S.C. DOB: July 1, 1968 Cassandra Roxanne, aka Sandy Foster, has been singing on stages since she was a small child. She started working with local bands at the age of 20, about the time she learned to play rhythm guitar. About four years ago, she picked up the bass. Cassandra is married to Leftover guitarist D. Logan Foster. She is also a member of ASCAP and contributes to the group's original song list. She has one solo CD, 'The Sandbox,' and has provided backup vocals on albums for other CRT Music recording artists. Cassandra comes from a long line of musicians and makers of fine instruments. When not playing music, she works as a newspaper reporter, editor and manager in Upstate, South Carolina. Her pride and joy are her two grown daughters Selena and Jessica, and her three grandchildren.
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