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Dundee Blues Bonanaza

30 June at Legends, Shore Tce Dundee. Come along for a Sunday afternoon beer dance to the Blues with Rhythm of Georgia Crawl. Hope to see you there


We've played the Mofest and Forfar Fiesta over the last two weekends and would like to thank the organisers for all their successful efforts and the crowds that came along to boogie and have a goodtime, cheers, The Crawl

Lochside Bar Montrose

Our gig at the Lochside Bar this Saturday 11 May has had to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, sorry

Lochside Bar Montrose, Saturday 11 May

last week was our second visit to St Andrews, but this week it's our first time at the Lochside Bar Montrose. Hope you can pop along and join the fun.



4 May, back at Aikmans St Andrewes

We were at St Andrews 600 minutes of Swing last night and are back in St Andrews next Saturday. Looking forward to seeing you there

March 9 Kinloch Arms Hotel, Carnoustie

Don't forget we're playing The Kinloch Arms Hotel, Saturday 9 March from 9-30. Expect a set of Blues with Rhythm, Rock and Roll, some Americana and a good time for all. Dig those dancing shoes out and let The Crawl transport you to a great experience

March 2, Northern Vaults, Montrose

Don't forget we're playing the Northern Vaults in Montrose this Saturday from 9-00. Hope to see you there, cheers

March 2013

Come and see us:- Saturday 2 March at The Northern Vaults Montrose from 9-00 Saturday 9 March at The Kinloch Arms, Carnoustie, from 9-30 Saturday, 16 March at Aikmans, St Andrews, from 9-00 Come along for a good time with your dancing shoes

Aikmans Gig, St Andrews

What a barnstormer......the dancing across the generations of people was fantastic to see and the atmosphere was just brilliant. The crowd were still singing 'Got My Mojo Working' 20 minutes after we finished.Another great 'day at the office' for The Crawl and our fans. Thank you.

Edzell Fundraiser

The Panmuir Hotel provided a lovely venue for a good crowd raising money to improve Edzell. First off was the local pipe band providing us with a rousing start to the evening, closely followed by Derek Noy and Pals, who gave their renditions of many classic numbers. They all went down well. Up next was Sean McCabe who showed confidence in tackling some more modern classic songs on his own. His confidence and positive attitude came shining through. A little more confidence in his own material and he could develop well. One for the future. And that left The Crawl who played one up beat set before time was called. Great fun was had by all, Thanks for having us