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Elfin Bow (Elizabeth Kearney)

Elfin Bow (Elizabeth Kearney)
Country
England
Profile
Elizabeth Kearney (AKA "Elfin Bow") is a musical and visual artist.
Website
http://www.elfinbow.com
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (4)
Various Artists — A Band for All Seasons Various Artists — A Band for All Seasons
(Fruits de Mer crustacean 87CD, 2020, 4CD)
Various Artists — The 16th Dream of Dr. Sardonicus Festival Live Various Artists — The 16th Dream of Dr. Sardonicus Festival Live
(Fruits de Mer winkle 36, 2019, 2LP)
Elfin Bow & Gary Lloyd — Who Knows Where the Time Goes? Elfin Bow & Gary Lloyd — Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
(Fruits de Mer winkle 33, 2018, 7")
Elfin Bow — Elfin Bow Elfin Bow — Elfin Bow
((Not on label) no#, 2017, CD / DL)

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