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“Some sort of unholy fusion of The Walkmen & Wilco.” - Darryl Smyers, DALLAS OBSERVER With (4) members each hailing from vastly different musical backgrounds, they combine an intricate and sometimes orchestral musical approach with cutting, conversational lyrics steeped in deep imagery and understated rhyme. Ben Gastright (bass), JJ Jackson (drums), Johnny Beauford (vox), Garrett Padgett(ax)
He was a member of Dallas band Sorta, playing keyboards, guitar, and providing vocals. Albrecht also fronted his own popular Dallas band, Sparrows, which included Ward Williams and Danny Balis (also of Sorta), Bryan Wakeland (Polyphonic Spree), Mike Daane (Andy Timmons Band), and later on Brant Cole and Dave Monsey (Fiona Apple).
A boot stomp on a dusty bar floor. A clang of a whiskey bottle at last call. A holler from a crowd in need of an encore. It’s grit. It’s sounds of the South. It’s Cranford Hollow. A blended mix of Southern Rock, Appalachian Fiddle Music and American Rock and Roll. It’s music from now and years past, harkening to our country’s rugged and untamed infancy. It’s music woven into our history.
Crash Vinyl: A once-great rock order from Dallas, Texas. CV was known for their bold antics and complete lack of talent. They seemed on their way to the top when, sadly, the entire band was killed by a errant piece of a Russian satelite that struck the band's tour van while they were returning from a successful State-Fair tour.
"Darbi is a wonderful talent. If you have the chance to hear her in song, it will be an experience for your ears that you will not soon forget. Polished beyond her years, this young performer has a bright future ahead." — Matt Davis, General Manager, MainStreet Crossing
DEADMAN started in 1999 by Steven Collins as avenue to explore songwriting. Having changed from a 4 person format to a duo to a 6 piece band and back to a 4 piece, the sound and message of Collins' songs remain the same. Hope, mercy, themes of life and death are staples of the DEADMAN catalog. DEADMAN is set for a new EP release in June, 2013.
Dean James' 2009 release Love Takes Time spent ten months on the Smooth Jazz Indie charts fueled by the single “When I See You Smile” and his Luther Vandross tribute, “Can I Take You Out”. Best known for his crowd pleasing shows, Dean has toured recently with Gerald Albright, Gail Jhonson, and Eric Darius. When not on the road, Dean spends time finishing his upcoming summer 2013 release.