"The Entrance Band is old school rock and roll or to put it in a much more convoluted way, they are something akin to Buddy Holly and Robert Johnson’s cloned step son on a tequila bender fronting a Hawkwind cover band with members of The Birthday Party jamming on Cream’s instruments playing at some demon god of the nether world’s birthday party." - Spacelab
Guy Blakeslee a.k.a. Entrance, is a singer/guitarist who has spent the past few years journeying and performing across America and abroad, playing on his own as well as opening for colleagues like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Cat Power and Devendra Banhart.
Entrance's raw materials are the basic vocabulary of vintage rural music, Delta Blues and the folk traditions that eventually gave way to honky tonk and C&W, but even more so the extraordinary fluidity and spontaneity that early blues and country performers lived and died by. His secret weapon is a remarkably powerful singing voice that he tends to wield with reckless abandon, soaring, howling, breaking into eerie falsetto.