With his gentle finger styling of the acoustical guitar, singer/ songwriter Michael Farr has been performing since the age of seventeen in his native Washington DC. Eventually moving onto New York City's East Village for a number of years, he quietly maintained a singing with only him and his guitar while working full-time in support of his family. Finally settling in Nashville, Tennessee in 1993, Farr would spend the next four years writing and recording in his home studio. Eventually debuting his album Invisible Gods in 1997, Farr would follow this release with a number of performances in and around Nashville while keeping up with his family schedule.
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