Crawpuppies | Chicago,
IL | Rock / Alternative / Power
Members: Chad Clifford - Singer/Acoustic Guitar,
Aaron Hedges - Bass, Chris Karp - Drums, Mike Curtis - Lead Guitar
to you all, and thanks for making the last year one we're certainly grateful for!
With all that is going on, you guys make it possible for us to do what we love.
We appreciate you!
been a while since our last email blast. We hope to see you at one of the upcoming
shows. We have some really cool ones coming up before the end of the year, including
a stellar New Year's Eve show. Check it out!!
is also top notch, whether it’s the power pop of “Owe It All To You,”
the hard rock of the title track, or the acoustic and touching “My Wife.”"
— Terrence Flamm, Illinois Entertainer
folks, the Crawpuppies are the real deal and highly recommended is their full length
cd "World's Much Bigger".
The heavily Beatle influenced Crawpuppies play Chicago's House of Blues tonight (Thu,
April 21), opening for Southern California greats Counting Crows."
— Jeff Popka, Chicago Music Examiner
latest disc World’s Much Bigger features a lot of varied styles but the band
seems at its best when its inner Lennon and McCartney comes to core – Richard
Milne WXRT- Chicago"
— Richard Milne, WXRT 93.1FM Chicago - Local Anesthetic
special thanks to Chad Clifford and his band the Craw Puppies! GREAT band and really
nice people! If you get a chance, get out and support them when they're in your
area. Check 'em out on You Tube as well"
— Bob Stroud - The Drive 97.1FM (Chicago), Facebook
album will take you away to another place in time. A time when music was about honest
to goodness talent and expertise. Each song has a polished feel, leaving you with
the urge to play them again and again."
— Wendy Shashona McCall, Indie Showcase
up rock songs with good melodies always find a receptive audience and these guys
certainly have that part locked down."
— Sean Coleman, POD
album leads off with a Big Star riff in the title track you know you're in for some
tell modern day folk stories through their songs, which are best described as straight-up
pop rock and powerpop."
— BMF - Bill's Music Forum, Bill's Music Forum