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Mike Elrington - Too Good To Be True (2003)

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01. Too Good To Be True
02. Better Days
03. Pretentious Ways
04. Wipe Your Eyes
05. There She Was
06. Watch The Rise
07. Destiny
08. Find My Lover Someday
09. What's A Man Gotta Do
10. Stars

Musicians:
Mike Elrington - acoustic & electric guitars, vocals
Sanjesh Singh - bass
Dave Matthews – drums

 

Since forming in 2003, The Mike Elrington Band have shown constant promise as one of the most exciting Blues/Rock power trio's on the Australian scene.

Combining the passionate & raw elements of electric blues and the explosive elements of gutsy, gritty, groove-driven, jam-band rock, The Mike Elrington Band present a fresh new sound incorporating innovative, life-inspired song-writing and a blistering and definitive live show.

Over the last ten years since releasing the critically acclaimed "Too Good To Be True" album, the band have cut their teeth playing blues clubs & festivals throughout Australia, the United States & Canada. The two self-managed trips to North America saw them grace stages to rave reviews in some of America's most prestigious clubs such as Biscuit's & Blues in San Francisco, the Cat Club in Hollywood & Sullivan Hall, New York City.

"Blistering and passionate guitar playing, a red-hot rhythm section and an absolutely jaw-dropping live show. One of the most exciting acts to come out of Australia in years!" --- Ed Ivey, bluesatthebriars.com

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