Creekroad Crossing
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Creekroad Crossing

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The best kept secret in music


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Debut Album - Thick As Thieves 2004
3 Cuts on Independent release (Scene 2003/2004)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Creek Road Crossing is a rock band - pure and simple. With a sound that is straight from the heart, this band is determined and focused on one goal, to become successful musicians without compromising the integrity of their classic-rock roots. With a relentless work ethic and rock solid connection based on friendship, loyalty and commitment, the band has managed to make quite an impression on the Niagara Region since their inception in 2000. The band acknowledges too many acts to mention as musical inspirations, but all members have a strong appreciation for well written lyrics, raw instruments, and strong vocal harmonies. CRC, who credit their name to a near-fatal car accident while crossing 4 Mile Creek Road in Niagara-on-the-Lake ON, is made up of five members who are equally involved in the production of their music. The members, Lee Campbell (vocals), Jeff Daskewich (guitar, vocals), Christian Duguay (guitar), Marty Chorosinski (bass, vocals), and Warren Jenkinson (drums), have been friends since high school. With a vagabond look consisting of long hair and scruffy beards, CRC is all about having fun on stage, and their performances reflect the flavor of rock and roll in its purest form. As self-proclaimed high school geeks, they have transformed themselves into a tight knit band of geeks with an ever expanding fan base and an energetic live show. Recognized as one of Niagara’s best live bands, they pride themselves on their original material that is crafted by all members. They are currently seeking a distribution deal for their self-produced debut album Thick as Thieves, which debuted in April 2004. The album has a raw sound that is organic, expressive, emotional and aggressive. The first 1000 copies were sold-out in 2 months, and garnered critical acclaim from both fans and regional entertainment publications. CRC continue to perform at venues all over the Niagara Region. Having recently opened for The Trews, Thornley, and High Holy Days, they are now breaking into the Toronto market. With all their eggs in the rock and roll basket, they are happy pursue their dreams and carve out a name for themselves in the music industry.