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Crazy Creek

Rank #1 CA Edmonton, AB, CA Rock / Alberta Hard Country / Country Rock


Sounds Like: BLACKFOOT, Work Very Hard to Sound Like Ourselves

Bio: Formerly "ROCKSTER" - now focusing on our original Alberta Hard Country tunes - a lot more original demos coming soon!

"Crazy Creek" was founded by Kent Harpham and Brad Smith in 1994, but unfortunately, the band lay dormant for many years (could not find players). Both Kent and Brad are also co... See Full Bio

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Lots of work writing and recording this weekend and hope y'all have a good one! Yee-haw from us rowdy tundra monkeys in Alberta!


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  • Marilyn Mac (Artist) Marilyn Mac
    Love your style! "What I'm Due" is a great blend of country and hard rock, and I especially like the guitar work on this one. Thanks for the connection - I'll be back!
  • Brenda Burch (Artist) Brenda Burch
    Great songs, love it!
  • Stefani Stevens (Artist) Stefani Stevens
    You guys are getting me moving and that's a compliment at 7am, LOL! Thanks :)
  • Angie Beck (Artist) Angie Beck
    Great talent here folks and extremely cool Canadians.. eh? LOL! Love these guys!
    "what i'm due" gives the rock dose as we like it from you. love that stumping rhythm. it's coming near like a angry giant. great guitar work!
  • Mykall McDowell (Artist) Mykall McDowell
    Love the new song..It's like a good punch in the balls,hehe!! Excellent work my rowdy tundra monkey brothers!!! ~Myk~
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Q: Kent, does your Laney stack go to 11?.....I bet it does? Am I right?
A: Hey, big buddy Jim-Brother, thanks for the Texan question! To be honest, no, the Laney does not go to "11". That damn thing is so freakin' loud it's scary and the sound pressure levels are dangerous and surpass the Threshold of Pain. I tried a master volume of "8" once to check... we're talking KISS concert loud and shook the neighborhood. The loudest I've set it up in any practical way is a master volume level of "3" and a bit... "4" and a bit if you count "Sly's Biker Rodeo"... lol. Curiously though, it's funny you should mention "11", because I placed volume knobs on my 1979 Les Paul that go to "11", so figuratively, at times I very much play at "11". Fun question!

Asked by Slow Jim Moody. Answered on Tue Jun 03 2014

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