The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Palermo_Brock_90The people at The Iridium were not there for a dance contest – they were there for the music, and as Frank used to say, 'music is the best.' ...and – as more and more people were entering the already-packed venue – it was obvious that the music was enough.

If one doesn't look too deeply behind the curtain, the entertainment value of this Broadway-minded production is YUGE.

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Monica Allison at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothAt 9:45pm Monica hit the stage with, including herself a seven piece band, and began to totally blow the roof off of the joint.. . . the night outside grew darker and colder the night inside became warmer and full of light.

This Saint Valentine's Day was the second night of a residency at New York City's best music listening room, The Rockwood Music Hall.

One of the joys of living near New York City is the unbelievable amount of great art that is available to one on a daily basis

A PG rhyme slinger gives Jamie Lee Rake just the the occasion he needs to riff on the state of performing-rappers-who-are-Christian with a word flood of his own. 

AMBcarnegieThe Annie Moses Band at Carnegie Hall – January 14, 2012

As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth8,000 miles is a long walk home.

Awaken us 300Retro harmony-driven sounds with an earnest message

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