Songwriter and guitarist Tag Fosson was raised in Kentucky, where he began composing tunes even though he was even now in his early teenagers. In the past due ’70s he delivered some track demos to John Fahey’s Western Coast-based Takoma Information, and Fahey, impressed using what he noticed, provided Fosson a documenting deal. Fosson dropped virtually no time in relocating to LA and started documenting with Fahey, but as misfortune could have it, Takoma was in a few difficulty, as well as the label quickly folded. Fahey allowed Fosson to wthhold the grasp tapes from the classes, however. Now on the Western Coast, Fosson fulfilled fellow songwriter Edward Tree, and both started working together, ultimately developing the Bum Steers, a country-tinged group, in the past due ’80s. Fosson materials appeared on many soundtracks with the 1990s. In 2001 he started collaborating with vocalist/songwriter Lisa O’Kane, who documented many of his tracks, and Fosson also started recording a single project, Jesus on the Greyhound, that was ultimately released on Big Otis Information in 2005. The record drew reviews that are positive and Fosson was often in comparison to Americana performers like Ramblin’ Jack port Elliott, Joe Ely, John Prine, and Man Clark. The Fahey materials finally noticed the light of time as The Shed Takoma Periods from Drag Town Information in 2006.