Crankshaft Gear Grinders on Back Porch Stage Tickets
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The venue is one of the thirteen live music concert halls restaurants that spread throughout major cities of the US. In its upcoming concert, the band holds treat for the audience with its unique musical compositions. The latest album by them, titled "What You Gonna Do?" was inspired form the Twin Cities area musicians. Bruce McCabe made appearance in the songs with his piano and organ, along with Zack Lozier on horns. The album remained on American Music Association charts for seven weeks back to back.
Alex "Crankshaft" Larson discovered his love for music at a very young age. In order to get his first electric guitar and amp, Crankshaft traded an oil/wood stove to his uncle. This was followed by formation of a band named "The Mojo Spleens", which he started with his brother, in 2001. Crankshaft became a contractor in 2008. In the next two years, this talented musician released three self produced albums. In 2010, he tried out his more attention to writing and music. Since then, this brilliant artist has established himself as a traditional one-man band as well as the leader of Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders.
Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders is the pioneer of "Pork Neck" music style. The nature of formation of the band is so unique that every generation experiences it once. In every era, there are bands that stumble into different areas but still manage to sound familiar, simultaneously. Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders is that sort of band. The band tends to arrange songs with a minimalistic approach in such a beautiful manner that individual facets are blended to form an equally individual sound.
The latest album of the Crankshaft and the Gear Grinders consists of twelve sensational soundtracks. This melodious compilation is rock solid and maintains the high level of entertainment from beginning to end. The songwriting consists of musical numbers with each having a unique personality, yet a consistent musical experience. Each of the composition from the album has a unique signature groove attached to it, with not a single weak piece in the entire repertoire.
The playing skills of Crankshaft are as rock solid as his writing skills. The music of the band is inspired by renowned artists such as The White Strips, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Dead Kennedys, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker, The Sonics, Robert Johnson, Freddy King, Link Wray, Chuck Berry, Hound Dog Taylor, The Dirtbombs, Muddy Waters, Minor Threat, Bo Diddley, Dick Dale and more.
The band has successfully established its place in the music industry. According to a review in RIFT, Christine describes the band as a "breath of fresh air". The band is considered amongst the most intriguing blues and rock acts of the day. Do not miss the opportunity to see them live at House of Blues. Get your Crankshaft Gear Grinders on Back Porch Stage tickets before they run out. The band will be lightening up the stage with their musical compositions to entertain the audience. They will be presenting music that is rock solid, heavy, fundamental and above all, consistent.