Moody Crawford

Moody Crawford


Moody Crawford has been together playing different styles of music for the past 10 years. Our music ranges from alt rock to down-home country, but we always come back to our country roots. Regardless of how WE view our music, come check us out and decide for yourselves!


The name Moody Crawford came about on the way home from a gig in the Temple area. We came to a crossroads--left would take us to Moody, right to Crawford. Our band name was born.
Before that moment, we played together under a few different names in several states and overseas, in multitudes of venues growing our fan base along the way. Because we have been around a while, people know who we are. Even hard-core fans who have moved out of our area still follow us on Myspace and Facebook to find the nearest gig. We can pack the house!
Our musical influences include Waylon Jennings, REK, Creed, George Strait, Ray Price, Gary Allan, Asleep at the Wheel, Pearl Jam, Oasis, and Conway Twitty.
We've had the normal hustle gigs, as any rising group does, and we've had those "defining moments" of opening for greats such as Kevin Fowler, Miranda Lambert, Ray Price, Don Williams, Kenney Chesney, and Neal McCoy. No matter how big the gig, our music is the same--Texas Music originals that captivate new audiences and keep our loyal fans begging for more!


Lucky Me, That's Alright With Me, Kickin' Side Of Country

Set List

80% originals
20% covers
sets: 45 min-2hrs
Talk of the Town - Moody Crawford
Wrong Way Down a One Way - Moody Crawford
That's Alright With Me - Moody Crawford
Everything - Moody Crawford
Lucky Me - Moody Crawford
All Over Again - Moody Crawford
Kickin' Side of Country - Moody Crawford
Hangover - Moody Crawford
Maybe - Moody Crawford
Soldier - Moody Crawford
Try to Stop Your Leaving - Dierks Bentley
Good Hearted Woman - Waylon Jennings
Every Rose Has Is Thorn - Poison
Runaway Train - Soul Asylum
Champaign Supernova - Oasis
If You Could Only See - Tonic
Lay You Down - Conway Twitty
Arms Wide Open - Creed
Folsom Prison - Johnny Cash
The Road Goes on Forever - REK
Texas in 1880 - Pat Green
Right Where I Need to Be - Gary Allan
Good Ole Boys - Waylon Jennings
Seventeen - Cross Canadian Ragweed