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Jan
18
Stonecrossing @ FRT. GORDING

AGUSTA, Georgia, USA

AGUSTA, Georgia, USA

Dec
16
Stonecrossing @ PADDY CASSIDY'S

COCOA BEACH, Florida, USA

COCOA BEACH, Florida, USA

Dec
15
Stonecrossing @ PADDY CASSIDY'S

COCOA BEACH, Florida, USA

COCOA BEACH, Florida, USA

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Awesome
Reviewer: Haggis
Yeah loved it, highly recommend it. So does everyone who I have played it for in Australia, awesome.

Freakin' Awesome
Reviewer: Scoot
I love this CD! A little funky/jazzy with a touch of country. When SC makes it big, I can say I loved them when they were just getting started. I haven't seen them in concert yet, but I hope to soon. Good luck y'all!

U GUYS ROCK!!!
Reviewer: Rae
This is a totally new sound! I don't understand why they are not bigger than they are! Everyone in the band has a unique personality and brings great things together to make some awesome music. This is the only CD I listen to, and the only station I used to listen to was Country. Thanks guys, I love you all and good luck!

Blew me away...
Reviewer: Wes C
This band is doing something fresh and it shows in the songs on this CD. They are more than a sum of their influences. They are the real thing. The songs are ones that you hear once and they stick with you. Saw their live show last night at West's Rock and Blues Emporium and they are the same live as on the CD.

I LOVE THEM!!
Reviewer: Samantha
These guys are awesome!! Rob, Terry, and Marie have such amazing voices...and such a wonderful vibe on stage. I met Terry and came to a show to support them but fell in love almost instantly. I've seen many shows and met many artists in Nashville since I moved here but, few have captured me the way they do. They are great entertainers, they have great chemistry, and they're very down to earth folks. Rock on guys--you've got it...right time, right place. LuV~SaM

One of the Greatest CD out of Nashville in recent years.
Reviewer: Art Rice
Saw this band in concert at Graham Central Station, Nashville on April 30th. The CD is every bit as great as the live performance. This is just the first in what I hope will be a long string of releases. And this, coming from a country fan. Those who have the CD, check out the list of guest artists. A few suprises there.
- cdbaby.com


Discography

self titled debut "Stonecrossing", 2004

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

StoneCrossing was the result of fate. It wasn’t something that was planned or pre-conceived. It was the result of serendipity. It was the result of the band’s front man, Robby Lee, a.k.a. Crow, landing himself in fortunate situations, as he typically does, that lead to the next career stepping stone. Crow was fresh out of the military, and dealing with the heartbreaking demise of his huge European success, ZULU FAT, when he befriended the critically acclaimed Russian band, Bering Strait. Upon becoming roommates with a couple of Bering Strait’s band members; nightly songwriting sessions soon became a regular occasion.

It wasn’t long before publishing demos were in the works and ideas for a side project were being tossed around. After enlisting guitarist Shane Keenan (BOOGIE) and singer Marie Hickey (Gypsie) to complete the publishing demos, it was upon the advice of Nashville record producer, Jim McKell, that the project be carried further than publishing demos. Well, the rest is history.

After finding dedicated replacements for the original rhythm section (Bering Strait), the band has now established its’ self in Nashville, TN, and is currently paying it’s dues, as it should, in the underground scene. StoneCrossing is currently dedicating their efforts to writing contemporary music that caters to a wide variety of genres and is seeking management and booking so that they might take their vision to a wider audience.

Stonecrossing is different from many other underground bands. They have the capacity to entertain while avoiding the stigma of following a specific format. They combine the influences of Sting, the Wooten Brothers, Jeff Beck, Dire straits and Tracy Chapman into a sonic tapestry that one fan described as “the Greatful Dead meets No Doubt”. They have pop appeal combined with the rawness of a late night roadhouse blues jam.

When it’s all said and done, Stonecrossing is a fun band. They offer something for everyone.