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Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada
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Faye Tower- Ghost Of Chance released- 1991

OD- The joy of Live released - 2009

Crossover- California is Burning *In the making* 2011



Ready to deliver a unique and dynamic performance that blends Rock N Roll, Country Rock and spices of the funky bass, with a recent exclusive live appearance on CTV,Crossover has already received great reviews from their fans and their peers alike. Crossover delivers a high energy and unique performance with lead vocalist and rhythm guitar player, Faye Tower, at the Helm.

-Faye began singing and playing guitar at the age of 6, playing at weddings, music festivals, variety shows, and radio shows. She has even performed on 12 tapings of local TV shows called “Cajan Country”. By the age of 12, Faye joined her first band “ Harvester”, a band she performed with throughout high school. The band appeared regularly various dance halls, nightclubs, and bars. Faye, at the age of 23, teamed with Nashville producer and Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame president Gary Buck, to record her first album “Ghost of a Chance”. While in Nashville Faye met and played alongside Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Ricky Skaggs. On her return from Nashville, Faye formed her own band “Strong Persuasion”, they performed throughout the Maritimes promoting the album with a performance on the Christmas Daddies Telethon.

After taking several years , Faye returned to music by winning several Karaoke and signing competitions. She, then, teamed with local producer, songwriter, and performer Don Coleman to record yet another album. With 3 songs complete, Faye has found her way back to the stage where she belongs.

Oudai Al-Tabba, better known by his stage name “OD”, is a Syrian guitarist, songwriter and singer, who has received substantial recognition as a guitarist. In April 2010, Mount Allison University’s own radio, CHMA 106.9FM, called him “A Killer Blues Guitarist”. OD is, also, the first Syrian artist to add an Eastern instrument to a Western Rock song. OD is highly influenced by such players as Stevie Ray Vaughan, Slash, Doug Aldrich, and Gary Moore.

OD released his first eight-track solo record “Carry your Load” in 2007. OD continued working in the music scene the following years with the Hard Rock band, “Panacea”, where he played in Rock shows and festivals in Riyadh. While travelling to many countries including Malaysia, Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon, and Dubai OD performed in several clubs. OD was honored in Riyadh as one of the first Syrian artist to be recognized by the American and Turkish Embassies, where he performed and, subsequently, autographed his CD’s for the audience.

In 2009 his solo career continued with help from Joseph Musleh who promoted OD’s first album in the Syrian music stores and shops. OD’s combination of blues-based guitar and Hard Rock voiced Blues solos in songs such as "Carry Your Load” and “My Name Is Joe” allowed him to reach Top Ten in the Damascus Rock music singles chart in June 2009.

In August 2009, OD traveled to Canada to continue his education and pursue a professional music career. OD currently takes music courses at Berklee College of Music, where he had guitar instruction from Steve Vai himself. In February 2010, OD joined Crossover as a Lead Guitarist and backing vocal.

- Toured Canada-cost to cost- Anthony Thornberg with his bass lines had marked every listener all over Canada. Joined Crossover in 2009 to add his special mix of funky bass to the set.

-Inspired for the last 25 years by artist such as AC/DC, Iron Maiden, Nickel back, Def Leppard, and several other 80’s rock bands Dana "The Legend "Smith started playing at the age of 15 after picking drum sticks for the first time and instantly discovering his natural passion for drums. He played in several bands throughout high school and attended Mount Allison University Summer Music School.

Although playing on and off for the last 25 years, Dana has never lost his passion for music and his desire to play in a band.
Dana’s ability to play in many musical genres most notably in Hard Rock has allowed him to accompany several artists such as performer extraordinaire Jeremy Reid.
While spending long hours on the road listening and thinking of music Dana recently decided to pick up the pen himself and since then has composed several songs, one of which is a signature for his band Crossover and more to come.