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The Phantom Tollbooth - Past Concert Reviews

The Phantom Tollbooth

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Swingle Singers group shot. An institution 50 years young is out on the road.


DSCF0551 B_OL90Switchfoot is a band at the top of their game, and seem to be in a very good place musically, and in general. They've fine-tuned their sound, crafted a good stage show, and are achieving good things in and out of the studio.

Switchfoot Live in Shepherds Bush as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThe Vice Verses tour has so much great music to choose from as Switchfoot work their socks off for the crowd

Switchfoot in NYC as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothYes – you can get a free concert and a plate of ribs for breakfast if you're in the right place at the right time in New York City!

 

Finally, the two most influential vocal groups of the past several decades team up for a series of concerts - Take 6 and The Manhattan Transfer: The Summit....

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Twenty-five years later, Take 6 is going strong at The Blue Note in NYC, with two shows a night for a week!

 

 

beach-boys-50thBeneath all the heartbreak, car songs, surfing, etc. lies what makes them a timeless band; desperate hopefulness.

The legendary Todd Rundgren was a welcome addition to the planned festivities, especially since the Big Band’s new project features Palermo’s take on the music of Frank Zappa and the aforementioned Rundgren.

The three acts opening this year's event intended to nurture the family life of V100's listenership offered a glimpse of the city's R & B gospel and Christian hip hop talent.

The band produced a solid sound with a raw feel. No guitar techs, no strobe lights. The Peter Furler Band was Old School…

Vespers Concert reviewed Phantom TollboothThe Vespers performed unplugged in concert at the Old Stone Church in Upper Saddle River, New Jersey...completely 100% unplugged.

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