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Jesse Elliot has been exciting audiences for nearly a decade with what Jersey Beat calls “an impressive double-whammy of soaring vocals and smart, reflective songwriting,” while Jamsphere Magazine praised him as “a dynamic artist who crosses musical boundaries with gritty mastery.”

Accolades like that have managed to help Elliot and his band, The Falconaires, grace some of the most prominent stages in the tri-state area, including Rockwood Music Hall, The Bitter End, and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City; Asbury Lanes and The Saint in New Jersey; and John & Peters in Pennsylvania.

Elliot’s latest single, “Long Day,” evokes the late-night feel of Time Out of Mind-era Bob Dylan and ups the sonic ante by adding slide guitar, layered harmonies, and mandolin.

Put it all together and you get an artist with what Sleeping Bag Studios proclaims is an “unmistakeable style and a real passion for making music from the heart.” 







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