Luke Elliot is a musician out of time. His heartfelt, crooning pop-songwriting could be from the 50s, the 60s, the 90s… you get the idea. With his heart on his sleeve and his fingers on the keys, he crafts timeless melodies in the tradition of Dylan, Springsteen, and Tom Waits, all with the spirit of modern indie rock pushing it forward. He stopped by the studio at Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to give us an intimate look at what he’s capable of.
Dressed For The Occasion is available now on Jullian Records.
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