The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

neal90Cooking up a delicious repast for prog-hungry New Yorkers.

90The Neal Morse Band is capable of performing music plucked from any part of Morse's considerable repertoire with all of the gravitas, skill, and energy needed for epic prog!

Of Gods and MenPowerful, yet serene, this true-life story is a remarkable portayal of faith under pressure

DSCF0224 topreviewOver the Rhine is never more adventurous and satisfying than when they're performing live – this is a band that doesn't always play it safe

OwlCityOwl City, the enigmatic pop/dance/electronica sensation, hits the stage in LA and it's all captured on this concert DVD - get your stuffed owls, popcorn, and Joel Osteen books together and have a good time...

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.

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