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Crowfield LIVE at the Music Farm. Amazing show!

 Charleston’s own Universal recording artists Crowfield delivered another amazing show for the largely hometown fans that packed the Music Farm Friday night (11/19).

  Right from the start, the crowd was in for an exciting evening of Crowfield’s signature sounds with the new song Good bye, Good Night, So Long Mid-Western, and following with the long-time favorite Hayride.  

Then the fun exploded into the expected exhilarating journey through Crowfield’s wide range of music: from Give, Story of a Scar, and Cardinal Motion to their new Single, Movin’ On.  

The venue went wild over Crowfield’s encore surprise of Thin Lizzy’s Boy’s are Back in Town, and then continued to thrill all the way to the thunderous rock n’ roll climax with a fresh rendition of Big Foot as lead singer Tyler Mechem ended the show by smashing an acoustic guitar against band mate Joe Giant's piano.

 

Fan comments:  

Photo of CROWFIELD “What a great time and it was awesome. I am so happy for you guys. Seeing you guys evolve over the last 3 years has been amazing. It was a fantastic show. Keep up the good work. The lights and sound were great effects. Seeing everyone dancing and singing made it really fun

Way to go!!

Phenomenal show boys!! Keep on keepin' on.

 

Amazing! Your album did you no justice at all! Bands with fantastic live acts last forever!! I got to say Tyler was a beast with the Ted Neeley-esque screams! Oh and Micah Nichols was riffing through some of the songs with a Voodoo child vibe, which was, to say, INSANE. Anyway, thanks for that ridiculously awesome show!!!!

Crowfield links

http://www.myspace.com/crowfieldmusic

http://www.facebook.com/Crowfield

http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/crowfield/id279369687 

http://www.amazon.com/Movin-On/dp/B003YKCZAG

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 


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