Chris Childs is a singer/songwriter based in southern New Hampshire. He performs mainly original material. He started out in a rock band called the Lost Poets that consisted of two brothers (Christopher “Childs” Thomas – guitar, keyboards and vocals & Vinny Thomas – drums) and a mutual friend from a previous band (Anthony Russo – bass). They were active from 2002-2004.
They started mainly as a mus...ical vehicle for Childs in early 2002, but soon turned into a working band after all the members started writing together. Chris also collaborated with other people including brother A.J. Thomas and friends Joe Pugh and Jenn(Bosco)Wrye. They had one self-released CD (First Stage) and a handful of gigs in Connecticut before disbanding in the midst of recording their second disc in late 2004.
Chris Childs is now playing solo, and lives with his wife and 4 cats in southern New Hampshire.
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