Thorne's latest CD, Amalgam, was self-released last year. While some mom-and-pop shops carry the disc, most copies are sold online at CD Baby or at live shows. "Honestly, I'd prefer to just write songs and have other people record them," he says. Thorne released his first record which he describes as "Gordon Lightfoot meets Roxy Music" 25 years ago. He dropped out of the music biz for seven years, returning in 2000 with a folk-pop EP. "To me, it's the song that counts," he says. "I don't care who does it or what it is. I don't get hung up on genres."
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