Crimson Dust

Crimson Dust

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Crimson Dust plays a rock style that surpasses the boundaries of the genre. Crimson Dust fuses the classic sounds of 1970s rock n’ roll, the power of contemporary rock, and the southern tinge of bands south of the Mason-Dixon to create a unique sound.

Biography

“America’s Band”

Crimson Dust plays a rock style that surpasses the boundaries of the genre. Crimson Dust fuses the classic sounds of 1970s rock n’ roll, the power of contemporary rock, and the southern tinge of bands south of the Mason-Dixon to create a unique rock sound. At times, Crimson Dust is loud, raw, and in your face; other times, their sound is soft and heartfelt.

Crimson Dust has several years of gigging and recording experience under its belt. In 2003, Crimson Dust released its first album No Further to Fall on Hogtown Records. Two songs from this album, “One More Try” and “Feel The Cold,” received extensive airplay on Louisville’s 93.1 The Fox. “Feel The Cold” appeared on The Fox’s Best of The Year Program. Following the release of No Further To Fall, Crimson Dust hit the road and embarked on a five state tour of the mid-west. The “We’re Poor Tour” was very successful and the band returned home with a new mission.

Crimson Dust gigged and wrote extensively for the next two years and December 28, 2006 released Behind the Hat through Hogtown Records. The album has sold exceptionally well and has received acclaim from fans and critics alike.

The band continues to write, gig, and record and is looking forward to a bright future.

Discography

LPs
Behind The Hat 2006
No Further To Fall 2003

Singles
"Black Suit", "Lessons of Time", "BR Thur", and "One More Try" have received airplay in the Louisville, Evansville, and Muncie area.

Set List

Crimson Dust's basic 45 minute set consists of the seven song from Behind the Hat as well as two or three classic covers.

Crimson Dust will also play longer sets that rely on originals and covers.

Crimson Dust Originals:

B.R. THUR
In Heat
40 Miles to Nowhere
Black Suit
Trailer Trash Barbie
The Ride
Beggar's Seat
Chester
Danny Whitten
Lessons of Time
Stay
Sequel To #8
Train Tracks beside the Devil’s Mansion
Stop Breaking My Heart
Rainburn, Alabama Population 161
January's Gone
Porcelain
Feel The Cold
One More Try
Farewell
Hopeless
Tomorrow
Incoherent Poem
Down

Crimson Dust plays the following covers:
And It Stoned Me(Van Morrison)
Cocaine(as performed by Eric Clapton)
Cortez the Killer(Neil Young)
Dead Flowers(Rolling Stones)
Fortunate Son(C.C.R.)
Jumpin' Jack Flash(Rolling Stones)
Key to the Highway(as performed by Eric Clapton)
Mary Jane's Last Dance(Tom Petty)
Free Fallin' (Tom Petty)
Midnight Rider(Allman Brothers)
Ohio(C.S.N.Y