Lingua disponibile: ingleseBritish-born, Chicago-based guitarist and vocalist James Elkington writes introspective, harmonically nuanced songs heavily informed by traditional and progressive folk of the '60s and '70s. Raised in a small village north of London, Elkington became serious about playing guitar in his teens after hearing the debut album from the Smiths. A brief period in London working at a music store eventually gave way to living in Chicago, where he worked at Ian Schneller's Specimen Products music store. It was there that Elkington learned about guitar mechanics and began focusing on developing his own sound. Interestingly, it was also after moving to the United States that he first listened to influential Scottish guitarist Bert Jansch, who would become a major source of inspiration. Initially, Elkington made his name as a collaborator and sideman, working with such luminaries as Jeff Tweedy, Steve Gunn, Richard Thompson, and others. He also founded the bands the Zincs and the Horse's Ha, and paired with fellow guitarist Nathan Salsburg for several duet albums. In 2017, Elkington delivered his first proper solo album, Wintres Woma, which found him delving deep into a traditional British folk sound.
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