Singer/songwriter Michael Landgarten interchangeably recorded solo and with the Zeftrons during the '90s. He also won much acclaim throughout his native New England in the process, championed as one of Maine's most promising singer/songwriters and one of greater New England's purest alt-country-rock artists. As a result of his acclaim, Landgarten's music found its way onto several television programs, including All My Children, Days of Our Lives, Real World, and several Showtime original movies. His songs reflect shades of such artists as Hank Williams, Steve Earle, and John Hiatt. He began his recording career in 1994 with Mistrust and Mystery for Clamdaddy; followed by a self-titled album in 1996 with the Zeftrons for Rockingham Recordings; and then a second solo album for Clamdaddy, Sooner or Later, in 2002.
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