The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

Patchouli Live at the Green Bay Botanical Gardens as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothPatchouli, in a summer setting or any season for that matter, creates memories.



BB90Yes, this is the same Glass Harp that released a small handful of albums on Decca records in the early 70's, opened for the Kinks at Carnegie Hall, and played the closing gig at The Fillmore, jamming alongside The Allman Brothers and others.

Musically the material fell somewhere in between singer/ songwriter and modern country.

photoside cafe_90pxTo catch their performance is to catch lightning in a bottle.

A standing room only crowd of avid fans, myself included.

project86atcoj1Kudos to the crowd for knowing what to do when Project hits the stage.

phattyAmidst the upheaval and changes 2012 finds in the U.S., Purple Door Arts and Music Festival embraced local resources and time-tested values to successfully forge ahead.

Rev. Season 2 DVD cover. The UK's favourite vicar grows into his job, but still has issues...

 Rev. Samual Dixon Presents The Voices of FreedomMy Soul Says Yes holds up as document of one shepherd's musical vision for his flock that  should continue to inspire for some time to come. 

Rock of Ageless: Stryper Soldiers on Three Decades Later

rock the lakes Billy Graham CrusadeThis was clearly a game changer for many and those attending were asking for many more like this please!  

Roger McGuinnAn artist who can name-drop '60s musical legends with ease, his solo show is a look back at the amazing talent and grace that have brought him this far.

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