The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

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Since 1996

Shawn McDonald Live at the Cup 'O Joy 4/26/2013 as reviewed in the Phantom Tollbooth

It is McDonald’s quiet energy and personable closeness which makes his concerts more memorable than most.

SHEL in concert features four women who are master instrumentalists performing songs both whimsical and thoughtful, often pointing lyrically to a world of imagination and hopefulness.

a title1 AcopyMinus the explosive light show, video screens and pyrotechnics of more established acts, these four women armed only with their voices and the instruments at hand, will leave you SHEL-shocked.

a shel titleSure, Colorado has had its problems lately - but four ambassadors from the Centennial State brought some music and good times to NYC on this balmy evening in July...                               

Showbread Concert reviewed in The Phantom TollboothShowbread rawks loud & long, and reviewer Jamie Rake reports on all its aspects.

shusmoUnexpected sounds at New York album launch.

Sigur Ros as reviewed in The Phantom Tollbooth. Iceland’s finest doing what they do the best

 DSC6538 copyThere's no question - Sixpence None The Richer has grown up, and that's very good for them. And very good for us, too.

skiesAnother hardcore band from the Midwest has jumped on the circling moshpit wagon.


For one week every year, a ski resort rocks out to celebrate its creator.

Soulfest 2011 as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothGrandfather Rock reports on the highs and lows at New England's most fascinating alternative Christian festival.


Foiled again ...and loving it!


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