If mankind ever colonizes the moon, Crook and the Bluff will be playing in a corner nightclub, with the desolate, white prairie behind them.
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If there is ever a time in the future when mankind is forced to colonize the moon, then Crook & The Bluff will be playing on a corner blues/jazz nightclub with the desolate, white prairie behind them. The sound that the band—comprised of lead vocalist/guitarist Kirk Dath, guitarist/vocalist Tad Wilford and newcomer (this only being her second show, but you’d never know) Sarah Anne DeGraw—put together is utterly awe-inspiring. Combining elements of great blues with bits of spacey jazz and a hint of good old rock n’ roll, it was the musical equivalent of Stevie Ray Vaughan meets Casualties Of Cool, especially on my favorite song of theirs, “Devilish Deeds.” With their stage setup and lighting, I honestly felt like I was being transported via dreamscape to another world where Blues is king, and they were clearly the royalty of that domain.
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