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Tommy Crain & the Crosstown Allstars

Blues / Southern Rock

Atlanta, Georgia
United States

Tommy Crain - Guitar/Vocals
Bob Rumer - Guitar/Lead Vocals
Towson Engsberg - Drums
Jack Hall - Bass/Vocals
Bob Jones - Keyboards/Lead Vocals

About Tommy Crain & the Crosstown Allstars

Tommy Crain, from Franklin, Tennessee, is best known for his two decades of work with the Charlie Daniels Band. A pioneer of Southern Rock, he wrote songs and performed on over 20 CDB albums, winning a Grammy for The Devil Went Down To Georgia. You will undoubtedly recognize his fiery guitar work and blue-hot slide playing!

Crain's newest musical venture incorporates heart-felt blues, funky rock, and R&B. In 2004 he hooked up with Atlanta-based blues band, The Crosstown Allstars, and the Southern rockin' blues were born! Tommy Crain & the Crosstown Allstars features Crain on guitar, slide, and vocals, Bob Rumer on guitar, slide, and lead vocals, Jack Hall (founding member of Wet Willie and the backbone of one of the funkiest rhythm sections in the Southern Rock genre) on bass and backup vocals, Bob Jones on keyboards and lead vocals, and Towson Engsberg on drums. The Crosstown Allstars continue to appear as a stand alone act around the Atlanta area.

The band's current cd is an original project titled Give It To Ya and is available through CD Baby and Hittin' the Note. Tommy Crain & the Crosstown Allstars are currently at work on their second album.

 Tommy Crain and the Crosstown Allstars


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