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The best kept secret in music


"Praise for Crazyfool"

"Combining elements of hip hop, reggae, and ska music, Crazyfool has formed a unique musical style that is raw yet approachable. The band's high energy performance, mixed with a knack for drawing crowd participation make for a distinctive and inviting live show...With an already large, and ever-growing fan base, Crazyfool is quickly becoming one of the premier bands in the Southwest...You would be pressed to find a band as fun and passionate as New Mexico's own Crazyfool."
Abe Balsamo
O.N.E. Entertainment - O.N.E. Entertainment


2002 "Live and Low-FI" Demo
2003 "Pura Vida" LP
2005 "Money in My Pocket" EP
2005 "Live at The Launchpad: Everybody Needs a Job Man" DVD
Upcoming: "Peace and Whiskey" LP
104.7 The Edge


Feeling a bit camera shy


CrazyFool is a musical collaboration-soul child of five village idiots from four different villages in Northern New Mexico. Armed with guitars, drums, trumpets, and trombones, the Crazyfools set out on their mission to make the party people say things like, "oh yeah!" and "bring that beat back", and "you know how I like it!" as well as my personal favorite "If I wasn't in this wheel chair I would kick your ass!" Nonetheless, the party people shook what God gave them, thus breaking down the walls created by homogenized radio waves and closed-minded critics. Crazyfool began as many bands begin- a jam session in the kitchen of a house in the University of New Mexico's student ghetto. The intentions of the jam were simple; drink some beer, sing some songs, and just have fun. The jam sessions eventually turned into parties, and the parties became too large for the approval of the Albuquerque Police Department, whose Chief of Police was quoted as calling one certain Crazyfool house-party, "the party of the year without a doubt." Thanks for the support Chief. Tired of being cut off half-way through sets and consistently being threatened with fines and jail-time. The band decided to move the party to legitimate venues and clubs around the city, which eventually expanded to the Southwestern United States and larger stages with larger crowds and better lighting. In the four years that the band has been playing, they have comprised a dynamite and polished high energy show, boasting a vast (and mad sexy) fan-base. Crazyfool is currently working on their second full-length studio album entitled "Peace and Whiskey" due out mid-spring, as well as planning a June tour of stages and crowds all across the U.S.