CROBAR CANE

CROBAR CANE

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High energy, soul soothing, bluesy american rock band who lives for the stage. Give us one listen and you'll have to see a psychiatrist to get our songs out of your head! Music for everyone!

Biography

What do you get when you put 5 musicians together with over 50 years of musical experience, a passion for the music they play and influences ranging from the Commodores to Van Halen? You get a band that is as unique as its name: Crobar Cane. Driven by a rock solid rhythm section, catchy guitar riffs and soulful singing; Crobar Cane has been entertaining audiences up and down the East Coast for the past 7 years. Having shared the stage with bands ranging from The Outlaws to Kool and the Gang, the members of Crobar Cane live for the music they play and for the people they play for. Their huge, ever changing set list is an A-Z catalog of classic and modern acts and draws all ages for “dead on” covers of Led Zeppelin, The Grateful Dead, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, and Lynyrd Skynyrd to name a few. Not content to just be a cover band, Crobar Cane has released 3 CD’s of original material and they continue to write new songs. They have the ability to play shows of all original material if need be.
If you are interested in a band that really puts the “live” into “live band” then you will not be disappointed with Crobar Cane.

Here are some things that are being said about Crobar Cane:

“I have enjoyed Crobar Cane for several years now and I was first drawn to then because of their smoking rendition of Freebird, here they totally nailed the dual solos at the end of the song. After that I was in double Les Paul/Marshall heaven.

But what really got me into the band was the songwriting. The songs they write have a familiarity to them that makes them instantly recognizable, yet completely original at the same time. The band should be sharing the stage with the big bands of the world.”

Charlie Hamill Studio Producer/Musician

“Roanoke’s hard boiled, Southern rock superstars are one of the busiest bands in the area – and for good reason. They throw down every time they take the stage, bend strings so hard it’ll make your girlfriend jealous and play so fierce you’d swear they sweat Jack Daniel’s.”

Roanoke Times and World News

“Roanoke’s Crobar Cane returns to the Valley with its signature blend of hard-driving rock. The group, known for its powerful sound, recently played with the Outlaws for their 30th anniversary performance. The band stays busy playing approximately 150 shows a year, mostly in Virginia and the surrounding area, according to singer Adam Rutledge, but hopes to grow in popularity and become known world wide.”

The News Virginian

“The ultimate Rock Experience, can’t wait until the next show!”

Martins Downtown Bar and Grill

“High energy, soul soothing, bluesy American rock band who lives for the stage. Give them one listen and you’ll have to see a psychiatrist to get their songs out of your head! Music for everyone!”

Anonymous Fan

“You guys blew my f***ing mind in so many ways!”

Written on a napkin by an anonymous fan

“The hardest working band in Southwest Virginia!”

Jason Hill of the Pop Rivets

“Can’t afford to follow this year’s Dead reunion – or other big names? Check these hard-working guys out! They make it worth leaving your couch.”

SoSalem.com

Discography

Crobar Cane - Crobar Cane 2005
Blue Jean Baby(single) - Airplay on 96-3 WROV Roanoke, VA
Rock n Roll (Take Me Home)

Set List

We can play all night if need be! Covers and Originals.

120 minutes (+) of Originals including:
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Bitchin' n Moanin'
Pretty Baby
The Only One
Rest of My Days
Heartbreak Boogie
I'll Always Be Yesterday
Guilty As Sin
Low Down Dirty Shame
Blue Jean Baby
Rock n Roll(Take Me Home)
One Last Memory
Tear Soaked Woman
Temporary Sanity
The Plateau of Rip Hawk
This Time
Feelin' Good (Never Felt So Bad)
She Don't Need Anything(Like She Needs Me)
So High
For What It's Worth
Walk the Line
Angel in My Arms
More

Breakdown – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Trampled Under Foot – Led Zeppelin
Miss You – The Rolling Stones
Call Me the Breeze – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Alabama Song – The Doors
Jealous Again – The Black Crowes
The Weight – The Band
Free Fallin’ – Tom Petty
Got Me Under Pressure – ZZ Top
U. S. Blues – Grateful Dead
One Way Out – The Allman Brothers Band
Foxey Lady – Jimi Hendrix
In the City – The Eagles
Can’t You See – The Marshall Tucker Band
Layla – Dere