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Aaron Crawford with John Luzzi
Friday, March 25, 2022
Based in the Pacific Northwest, Aaron Crawford is an original Cascade Country artist. Crawford is forging a new path: paying respect to the roots, instrumentation, and songwriting of traditional country, yet blending those flavors with the Seattle sound including the likes of the grunge scene icons Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and even Foo Fighters. Approaching his career with a blue collar mentality, Crawford writes and records his way (with a little help from his friends) choosing to build a grassroots following in the oft overlooked country scene of the Great Northwest. Penning the now ubiquitous “Evergreen” a tribute to living in the Seattle area, he has logged over 1,000 gigs, and it’s apparent. His live show is just that: a show. His charisma and stage presence entice the audience to sing along, and the powerhouse Seattle radio stations championing him and his band. If you haven’t heard of him yet, you will. His drive, enthusiasm, and desire to succeed, will most certainly make him a mainstay of the die hard country music scene.
John Luzzi is no stranger to the music scene. He first started playing music when he was just 5 years old, and it has since been his driving passion. He is singer/songwriter and 1/2 of the band COUSIN, who just released their first EP in early 2017. He’s also toured extensively over the last few years as the guitarist in Miggs (Elm City/Capitol), supporting the likes of Scott Weiland, Candlebox, Royal Bliss and many others. He’s been the guitarist for bands like Love on The Rocks, Phantoms, and the Dan Purser Band, as well as Lotus Crush alongside Candlebox guitarist Peter Klett and drummer Scott Mercado. He regularly collaborates and performs with good friends Terry McDermott (The Voice), Blake Lewis (American Idol), Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore), and Mark Rodriguez (52nd Street Productions).
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March 25, 2022
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Venue: Chamber Hall
The Chamber Hall at the Jansen Art Center is located in the NW corner of the second floor: