Entrance was the musical vehicle for Guy Blakeslee. His style is a sort of psychedelic folk music, often consisting of vocals and guitar with old, public domain blues songs. Now, with Paz Lenchantin and Derek W. James the project became The Entrance Band. Born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Blakeslee first gained notice as a member of The Convocation Of.... He later left the band and moved to Chicago to pursue a solo career under the guise of the name Entrance. He performed regularly for the next 18 months at a bar called The Hideout, which eventually gained him the attention of Tiger Style Records. Entrance is associated with Devendra Banhart, a nationally touring and similarly styled musician. Entrance has worked with indie rock icons like Cat Power. Blakeslee has released his music through Tiger Style Records and Fat Possum Records, as well through his own record label, Entrance Records, named after his musical moniker. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.