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"Knoxville's Thoroughfare Recording first full length album"

Knoxville’s Thoroughfare to Record Full Length Album

For Immediate Release
May 10, 2007

It’s official …. Thoroughfare will be returning to the studio in Knoxville in late May, early June, to finish their first full length album. The album will be produced and engineered by platinum selling producer Travis Wyrick (Piller, POD, 10 Years, Copper). The album will combine 4 songs from their recently completed EP “Chemical Road” produced by Grammy™ Nominated engineer/producer David Ivory. The band will record 6 additional tracks.

“Thoroughfare has been on a feverish path writing and arranging songs for the album and have come up with some amazing music. We have extremely high expectations for the new album” states the bands manager Ken Cavalier (Allure Media Entertainment Group).

Upon release of the album a full fledged P/R campaign will be implemented and the band will hit the road to tour in support of the record. The album is marked for release on November the 6th. For more information or to keep up to date on the release and Thoroughfare’s tour schedule visit their web site at
- Farragut press with Allure Media

"Thoroughfare appearance with Uncle Kracker"

August 28, 2006 — Farragut based band Thoroughfare is slated to perform at the 2006 Tennessee Valley Fair. They will be opening for Uncle Kracker, Saturday, September 9th at 6:00 p.m. in the Homer Hamilton Theatre.

Thoroughfare formed in 2004, when Colin Cunningham, Jordan Beach and Thomas Boyd came together to put together what is now Thoroughfare. They soon enlisted Robby Bratta, and began to create the sounds for their debut CD, “Portrait of a Daydream.”

Thoroughfare has just returned from recording new material during a month long trip to Philidelphia with grammy nominated producer David Ivory. Although drummer and backup vocalist Colin Cunningham says these news songs have a different sound and feel to them, he feels confident that the loyal fans of Thoroughfare will appreciate their new sound as a step in their lives as musicians. And, the first place to hear these brand new songs will be at the Tennessee Valley Fair, September 9th! CDs and merchandise will also be available for purchase at their show.

Tickets are still available for this show, so come out and support these local artists! Call 865-215-1482 or see the website at to purchase your Thoroughfare and Uncle Kracker tickets, as well as admission tickets and ride bands!

- Emily Howell for TNVF

"Uncle Kracker with Thoroughfare"

August 29, 2006—The Tennessee Valley Fair is proud to welcome Uncle Kracker to the Homer Hamilton Theatre September 9, at 8:00 p.m. Uncle Kracker will be making a repeat visit to our stage, as he was a part of our Headline Entertainment lineup for the 2005 Tennessee Valley Fair.

Kracker is best known for his laid back, easy style and memorable hits, such as his duet with Kenny Chesney, “When the Sun Goes Down,” his breakout hit, “Follow Me,” and his incredible remake of the Dobie Gray classic, “Drift Away.”

His latest album “Seventy-Two and Sunny,” promises to be your new favorite, featuring singles, “Rescue” and “Further Down the Road.”

Opening for Uncle Kracker will be Knoxville based Thoroughfare. They will take the stage at 7:00 p.m., and kick off a perfect beginning to an evening of incredible music!

Tickets are still available to check out Uncle Kracker and Thoroughfare through the Tennessee Valley Fair Ticket Office. See our website at or call 865-215-1482 to purchase your tickets and get more information on this, and all of our concerts in the Homer Hamilton Theatre! - Scott Suchomski and Emily Howell for TNVF


"Portrait of a Daydream" EP 2005. singles have included "Cadence" and "All I Wanted," both of which have received extensive airplay around the East Tennessee area. FULL LENGTH ALBUM to be released in November 2007.



Thoroughfare: Artist Bio

Jordan Beach- Vox, Guitars
Thomas Boyd- Bass
Colin Cunningham- Drums, Vox
Cameron Cunningham- Keys, Vox


When Jordan Beach, Thomas Boyd and Colin Cunningham met in 2004 the three instantly recognized they wanted to make music together. It wasn’t long before the band Thoroughfare,a dynamic force in the world of Modern rock was formed. The band wasted no time releasing their debut EP record “Portrait of a daydream,” which was produced by platinum selling producer Travis Wyrick (Pillar, POD) as well as their recent EP “chemical Road”produced by Grammy™ nominated producer David Ivory (Erykah Badu, the Roots).

The band, consisting of singer/guitarist Jordan Beach, drummer Colin Cunningham, keyboardist Cameron Cunningham and bassist Thomas Boyd have been furiously on their way to making their mark in every city they travel to. Blessed with great songs, sharp chops, passionate vocals and an unbelievable engaging live show, Thoroughfare shows no signs of a slowing pace, and only looks to traverse more untouched musical ground. Opening for nationally renowned acts like Uncle Kracker and Bang Bang Bang, from intimate clubs to sprawling festivals, Thoroughfare is poised to explode nationwide. In that endeavor the band has taken the ultimate step in the furtherance of their career by signing with national artist management firm Allure Media Entertainment Group based in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

Thoroughfare has plans to hit the studio again with Travis Wyrick in late August for their first full length album. Visit Thoroughfare's websites to hear a sampling of their recent recordings and to keep up to date with this emerging force in rock music.


"Portrait of a Daydream" © 2005. Chemical Road EP Release Date Late 2006