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Michael Farrell

Michael Farrell

Rock / Progressive / Alternative Palisade, CO  US
New Frontier
New Frontier
Was That You
Was That You
Western Lights
Western Lights


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  • Professor P-Soop (Artist)
    Professor P-Soop
    Was That You is another dazzler. Hope you don't hate Yes comparisons 'cause this one sounds like a Relayer bonus track!
  • Zel Florizel (Artist)
    Zel Florizel
    Back fo more, greetings from Brazil!
  • Tom Doak (Artist)
    Tom Doak
    Really like the different styles that you showcase on your playlist....well done...Original and unique...Very cool vibe going on here...Good luck in 2015......Tom
  • Professor P-Soop (Artist)
    Professor P-Soop
    Are You With Me is stunning. It somehow sounds like 70's prog rock and late 50'ds dance anthems. Do the Watusi Close to the Edge! Love it!
  • Professor P-Soop (Artist)
    Professor P-Soop
    Fughetta? Fuggedaboutit!, IT'S GENIUS!
  • Professor P-Soop (Artist)
    Professor P-Soop
    Giants is the kind of awesome prog-rock that could rearrange one's liver to the solid mental grace! (gee, I hope you get the reference, else I'll sound like a kook!)



Michael Farrell

Multi-Instrumentalist, Composer, arranger


Sounds Like: Michael Farrell, Michael's Workshop

Manager: PANGAEA'S PEOPLE (Global Arts Network)

Bio: Michael Farrell is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and visual artist new to the Grand Junction area.

On 'Clavileño' Don Shearer played drums, Michael played electric and acoustic guitars, bass and keyboards.

On 'New Frontier' Will Blevins: vocal, Don Shearer: drums, Pat Winger: harmony voca...See Full Bio

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New Frontier EP is here!


“Michael, I first listened to Western Lights -- the title is too cool to pass up (ha ha), I'm glad I did. The tune started out with some interesting changes and a nice feeling. THEN, as it progressed the music opened up more and more and it SOARED. Man, this is really good. You have creative things happening in your music. Now, I'm off to listen to more of it.”

— Roger Aldridge, Reverbnation

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Q: What kind of gear/software do you employ for your wonderful musical creations?

A: Well I'm pretty low tech, favoring Gibson, Martin & Guild guitars, Roland synths, Soundgear bass into a digital recorder. No software except on New Frontier where I used Garritan Sounds for some of the strings.

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