After Hours is a new upcoming band from the small town of Mansfield, Louisiana. All three members were born and raised in Mansfield and grew up together, staying out too late and having a little too much fun. After Hours is fronted by Lucas Jagneaux on vocals and lead guitar, accompanied by brother Tobin Jagneaux on drums and childhood friend Bates Bell on bass guitar.
Since late 2011 and early 2012, they have been running the roads from honky tonks and festivals, to weddings and private parties. Playing every weekend and honing their craft, After Hours developed a sound of their own; gaining a local following as one of the best three piece bands in the area! They are known for putting on an entertaining show, playing covers and many original tunes. Their influences include: Alan Jackson, Brooks and Dunn, Keith Whitley, Cross Canadian Ragweed, Hank Williams Jr., Merle Haggard, the Benjy Davis Project and many many more, as well as, other artists from other genres.
After Hours has opened up for many notable local and touring acts such as Frank Foster, Doug Stone, JB & The Moonshine Band, Little Texas, Bart Crow, Travis Matte, Sunny Ledfurd, Micky and the Motorcars, LA Roxx, and Sammy Kershaw. In June 2014 After Hours self released their album "Louisiana Boy" on their label AfterHours Entertainment. Recorded with Travis Matte in Scott, LA. The album quickly charted on the iTunes Country Charts as high as #61 in the Nation! With an entertaining show that is sure to have you singing along, and a string of dates on the calendar for 2015 be on the lookout for these Louisiana boys coming to a venue near you!!
Call your local stations and request "Louisiana Boy"