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Eli Elkus is a rootin' tootin' intrepid troubadour who performs an endless repertoire of original faerie folk, wingnut country, vaudeville and hobo jazzical musings on many porches, street corners, coffee houses, fairs, festivals, backyards, and music venues across the USA. "Heaven's cowboy and hell's outlaw..." -Lara Wahl, Wolf Children Life. The self-proclaimed 'wingnut' calls his 'fornever-ending' musical ramblings with Bronco the hound in his short bus (JeBus), 'TroubaTour'. He began sculpting his craft busking in the streets of Portsmouth, New Hampshire where his original picking style reminiscent of folk and Americana with a flamenco flare started to take shape - influenced by eastern and western folk music from all eras.