Listen to both of our albums here
Heartbreaks and Hangovers (2018)
Ghosts Of The South (2020)
Letters From Jett
Based out of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Letters From Jett mixes 1 part Eagles, 1 part Skynyrd, and 1 part classic country with a little attitude to form the ultimate southern rock band. Having emerged from the ashes of other bands, LFJ’s individual band members have quite a long history of musical endeavors.
The band consists of singer Heath Molton, drummer (and Heath’s brother) Gunnar Molton, Luke Petersen on bass, and Trace Foster on guitar and keyboards. Their debut album, Heartbreaks and Hangovers was made to enjoy from beginning to end, taking listeners on a southern rock journey they’ll want to take again and again.
With the band’s second record Ghosts of the South (out Feb. 10th, 2020), they show they’re clicking on all cylinders. From the smooth country ballad “Lay me Down” to the guitar-fueled “Find my way Gone” the band has taken their brand of southern rock to another level. Producer/band guitarist Trace Foster explains: “We decided from the start that this was going to be a much bigger more in your face record, and we’ve achieved that and much, much more.”
Letters From Jett are currently crisscrossing the U.S., headlining shows, and opening for such bands as The Outlaws, Sister Hazel, America, Jefferson Starship, Melissa Etheridge, and Artimus Pyle Band.