Athens, Georgia, USA

Fans and critics describe their sound as Southern Rock, Soul, Blues, Funk, and Hip Hop. 2011 marks the beginning of their sophomore year, and in their first year they've played with several nationals and performed at major festivals in the likes of Jonathan Tyler, The Georgia Satellites, and more.


Best described as crossover music, Crane has a sound that is all their own. Their musical influences range across the board. Critics and fans use genres such as Southern Rock, Soul, Hip Hop, Funk, and Blues to describe their sound. However, it's impossible to pigeon hole these boys into one category. They're often compared to acts such as Cage The Elephant, Maroon 5, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lenny Kravitz, and The Black Crowes.

The four-some create a highly energetic and entertaining live show that displays versatility, showmanship, and raw talent. In the words of front man Anthony Crane, "We get nasty." Their energy is contagious, and you can't help but move to all of their music.

2011 marks the beginning of their sophomore year. Their freshman year entailed performing with nationals such as Jonathan Tyler and The Northern Lights, as well as playing festivals in the likes of Michael Tolcher and The Georgia Satellites. In March of 2010 they released their first body of studio work entitled "That's The Boogie, Volume 1." They have performed at several venues around the southeast, and are very eager to hit the road full time.

Fans are anxious for more live performances and more recorded material, as is the band.

Look out for big things from these gentlemen in 2011.


2010: That's The Boogie, Volume 1
Tracks Include:
Pretty People
Nasty Pill
One Thing
More Than Life Itself
What To Do (acoustic)

Since the release of "That's The Boogie, Volume 1", Crane has also released a few singles to their fans including:
Both of Us
Grass Is Greener - Maximus featuring Crane
Picture Perfect - Maximus featuring Crane