CrowfeatheR appeals to the 14-35 age group Demographic, mostly to males and women who like proffesional wrestling and motorcycle rides. CrowfeatheR has been compared to Nickelback, Daughtry and Incubus. CrowfeatheR is most suitable for slightly sophisticated music consumers at large events.


CrowfeatheR is a talented multi instumentalist and vocalist with over a 5 octave vocal range. CrowfeatheR has been one of the fastest electric bass players in the world since age 16.

CrowfeatheR has a recording history of over 30 years work. As a song writer/screen play writer he has penned everything from film scoring, radio bumper music to big band pieces and stage plays. CrowfeatheR can do many varried projects including work for film scoring projects and commercials, however currently is promoting the CrowfeatheR live show and expected Major CD release.


Why it's that way

Written By: CrowfeatheR

* "Why it's that way" was written as a duet, this version wil only be available as an onlie exclusive download. When released on the Maor CD debut it will be a duet with a female performer. *

Why it's that way - Music and Lyrics copyright CrowfeatheR 2007.

Now are you satisfied?
All year, over you I have cried.

Now, I don't know why it's that way. So I try to forget you again.

Here, do I look so fine?
Tell me why, must you be so blind?

Now, I don't know why it's that way. So I try to forget you again.

I know my heart is breaking, because it's something I can't forget. I don't know why my heart is still racing, but it still beats on....

How can this love last so long, after all this time you've been gone?

Now, I don't know why it's that way. So I try to forget you again, again, again.



"Not coming back ~ unplugged" - indepentdent single limited release 2007 for AM/FM and Satelite Radio.

CrowfeatheR has a musical history of over 30 years work of which would take its own website to list. Recent works under the CrowfeatheR brand will be listed as they are released.

Set List

1+ hour of original material. Covers vary on venue and expected crowd. Covers could be as avant guard as Peter Murphy, Jeff Buckley and Tea Party or as main stream as Nickelback and Daughtry.