Greg Crowe
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Greg Crowe


Band Country Singer/Songwriter


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Lonely & Gone recorded by Montgomery Gentry. On the Tattoos & Scars. Little Did I Know recorded by Sammy Kershaw.


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You can tell by the way that Greg Crowe cradles his beloved Fender in his arms as he plays it that he has a true passion for the music he creates. There's also a mischievous gleam in those baby blue eyes of his that tells you he probably has stories that will never see the light of day, much less be made into a song.
The backwoods bayous of Shaw, Mississippi are where Greg Crowe got his start. Growing up in a musical family, Crowe was surrounded by the sultry rhythms of the Delta. "I guess it was born into me. My family was a true inspiration of musical history leading me to explore different musical styles at a very early age. I was always encouraged by my family, for which I am truly grateful. My dad gave me my first guitar when I was about eleven, leading me to write my first song in the third grade. From that point on I knew music was going to be my life."
Crowe began hitting the road with his own band early in his teenage years, and by the time he was 17, was regularly touring the clubs of the Southeast. The travel allowed Crowe to develop his musical talents and diversify his repertoire. After several years of playing in the deep south and blending his own mix of rock, blues, and country, Crowe was ready to make the big move to Nashville.
The desire he showed for songwriting and honing his craft, along with his obvious passion for playing and singing, caught the attention of music legends such as Dave Gibson, Blue Miller, and Bill McCorvey. The fruits of Crowe's labor greatly benefit country music fans today. With songs such as "Little Did I Know" by Sammy Kershaw, and "Lonely and Gone" by Montgomery Gentry, Crowe has just begun to make his mark in the music world.