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Jayleigh Ann Butler playing at Chinook Fest in Naches, Washington Saturday, September 8th, 2018 (Paul Crawford / Yakima Herald-republic)

Butler had two years as a working musician under her belt by the time she started high school. Since forming in 2016, her band has become one of Yakima's busiest live acts. Butler's powerhouse vocals have a lot to do with that; she belts out the band's songs with crowd-pleasing abandon. She and the Lost Boys have a lot to look forward to in 2019. Their gig calendar is filling up already, and their debut release, the three-song EP "11:11" has been available since summer on Spotify, Amazon and iTunes.

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