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The Elders

The Elders

The Elders


There are several artists which have used this name 1. The Elders are a six-piece Irish American folk rock band, that formed in Kansas City, Missouri. The band has released six studio albums, The Elders, Pass It on Down, American Wake, Racing the Tide, Gael Day and Wanderin' Life & Times, as well as three live albums "The Best Crowd We Ever Had", "Live at the Gem" and "Alive and Live in Ireland" and one compilation album, "The Best of The Elders Volume 1" which includes some live tracks. Read more on Last.fm
There are several artists which have used this name 1. The Elders are a six-piece Irish American folk rock band, that formed in Kansas City, Missouri. The band has released six studio albums, The Elders, Pass It on Down, American Wake, Racing the Tide, Gael Day and Wanderin' Life & Times, as well as three live albums "The Best Crowd We Ever Had", "Live at the Gem" and "Alive and Live in Ireland" and one compilation album, "The Best of The Elders Volume 1" which includes some live tracks. They have toured in the United States, Ireland, and Europe, drawing faithful crowds and earning new fans wherever they go. 2. The Elders are a punk band from Tempe, Arizona 3) The Elders are a rock band Fullerton, California.

They have released two live albums, both recorded at local venues in 2007. In addition, they have released two self-produced albums, "Castle Of Wood" in 2007 and "Bird Dog" in 2008. Their current lineup includes Grant "Chowders" Boughter (lead vocals, bass), Jon "Une Twa" Collier (guitar, vocals), Brian "Splooges" Sturgis (guitar, vocals), and Michael "Moze" Karapetian (drums). Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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