04/15/13 By Kimberly Chmura
KCC Productions presents Crazy Fingers
Celebrating Earth Day April 20 in Sunrise, FL
Crazy Fingers has a three-part vocal sound, and expands their repertoire to include many rarely performed Grateful Dead songs that other tribute bands never touch. The band has played over 2500 live shows, allowing them to sustain a devoted following and a nationwide reputation as one of the premiere Grateful Dead tribute bands.
Crazy Fingers has had the honor of sharing the stage with such acts as the Band, Ziggy Marley, the Neville Brothers, Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule, Little Feat, the Radiators, Merl Saunders, Zero and Steve Kimock, Melvin Seals and JGB, Buddy Miles, Country Joe McDonald, Jefferson Starship, Dark Star Orchestra, and Donna the Buffalo. Crazy Fingers has also hosted prestigious guest musicians who have played with the band onstage, such as Vince Welnick of the Grateful Dead, Melvin Seals, Steve Kimock, Buddy Cage, Buddy Miles, David Gans, Ed Volker of the Radiators, and Stu Allen of JGB, to name a few. Crazy Fingers has also appeared at many prestigious festivals including Langerado, Sun Fest, Magnolia Fest, Harvest Fest, and others.
The first Crazy Fingers original studio CD, Come On and Dance, has sold out. The band's second studio CD of original material, Strange Life, remains available on the website through Paypal, and can also be purchased at live shows. Strange Life is a blend of several different styles of music including blues, folk, country, and good old rock and roll. Crazy Fingers is currently working on a third CD of original songs, and perhaps a remixed Come On and Dance, so stay tuned and come join us at the shows!
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