I moved to Orlando in 2007. and progressively/aggressively attended any and every show possible. Big, small, in between. Tele was almost always there. either performing or hanging with the artists performing, a true Orlando original and staple. Tele over time got more comfortable performing and recording, with a self-released album and tours under his belt. Leading into another album release with a few new faces and such. Unfortunately these albums only saw a small commotion on Post Records, one of the biggest record labels around Orlando at that time. Which is a definite shame. Always felt as such. So now, finally with the ability to mass communicate and the ears of hundreds of thousands of listeners, the Tele & the Ghost of Our Lord/Tele & Big Tie Moldies albums are finally able to shine more brightly than ever.
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