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Lo-Fi is an American country band formed in Nashville, TN in 2013. led by singer/songwriter, Jamie Teachenor( vocals, piano, keyboards) and songwriter & producer, Joe West ( guitars, vocals). Teachenor and West have both been independently successful in the music business, working with artists such as Justin Timberlake, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, P. Diddy, Steve Earle, Trisha Yearwood, Tim McGraw, Emmylou Harris, Blake Shelton, Shakira, and many more, with combined sales of over 20 million albums. Their first public performance as Lo-Fi was on May 7, 2013, at the Historic Ryman Auditorium, as part of the sold out show, "Honor Thy Song", honoring late Nashville singer-songwriter and producer, Tim Johnson.
Lo-Fi, released their debut single, "Vintage Heart" (featuring Vince Gill) on July 14, 2014, receiving heavy radio airplay in the UK (including, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, & England), Germany, Australia, Italy, New Zealand, Canada, Sweden, South Africa, Belgium, France, Austria, Denmark, and Japan, as well as many stations in the US debuting at number 39 as the Hi-Debut on the Indie World Country Chart the week of August 22, 2014, climbing to number 10, and debuting at number 7 on CDBaby's Top Indie Songs Chart, the first week of September. Lo-Fi's debut album, "Lo-Fidelity", was released September 2, 2014, and debuted at number 67 on iTunes New Releases Chart, quickly becoming an Amazon Best Seller. Also, "Vintage Heart" reached number 23 on Japan's Top 40 Chart. On September 19, 2014, Lo-Fi's second single, "When You're Over Me", reached number 18 on Play MPE's Top 20 Download Chart, and climbed to number 8 on Play MPE's Top 20 Stream Chart on September 26, 2014.