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From a distinct, yet familiar sequence of rhythm and words, comes the muse known as Crashing Broadway: A group of four musicians from completely different musical worlds who have collided to give the world a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. Whether it’s a fist-pumping anthem, heart-wrenching ballad, or all the likes in between, Crashing Broadway are dedicated to giving their fans an exhilarating musical experience, cleverly going “outside the box” and bringing in foreign elements to make them fit into their own genre.
That experience doesn’t end in your stereo either. “We strive to have a live show that you want to see over and over again, and you want all of your friends to have that same experience” says drummer, D Riggs about the strenuous stage show that Crashing Broadway brings. Vocalist, Kacye Haynes also notes “It’s about more than just music. It’s about bringing the crowd into our world and letting them live in it with us for a few hours.”
The key to Crashing Broadway’s success in the cover market is diversity. The playlist ranges from Classic 70’s Rock to Modern Top 40 Pop. “The amazing thing about these guys is you never know what you’re about to hear next. They don’t stick to any certain genre – They’ll be playing Pink Floyd then jump straight into Jason Aldean. They do their own version of every tune as well, and do a great job at it. Not to mention, they’re one of the most energetic bands I’ve ever seen live – Nonstop for 3 straight hours!” states Flo Bama Owner, Bart Davis, of Crashing Broadway’s live performance.
With years of valuable experience under their belts, collectively sharing the stage with bands such as Saving Abel, Sevendust, Taproot, Puddle of Mudd, Spin Doctors, Nonpoint, and Saliva, the Tupelo, MS based quartet are set to pave the way for upcoming artists, going back to the roots of rock and writing about everyday life and all that comes with it, with only one goal in mind – to relate. Guitarist Tee Jay Timms states, "Our music is not about irrelevant concepts, it's about being eye to eye with our fans and connecting with them on a level that we all experience."
In early 2013, guitarist TeeJay Timms and vocalist Kacye Haynes inked a publishing deal to become staff songwriters for Final Play Music Group out of New York City, as well as the band landing a publishing / distribution deal with the group for their album “The Words Crossed Out” which has independently sold 3,500+ physical copies to date.