Catchy melodic tunes with a lennonesque vocal style and a lyrical awareness of Dylan, create a sixties musical influence to describe the singer/songwriter known as the Crazee Baldhead.
Influenced by the music of the sixties and his love of reggae artists such as Beres Hammond and Ken Boothe, Crazee creates a unique blend and style of music that reaches the many ears of the modern listener brought up on a cacophony of music and sounds.
Crazee writes songs that are memorable and sings an anthem in his first release, “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out” for his army of fans to sing to like a Sound Of Music sing along on acid. Chanting “CBH, CBH”, the students of today are starting to turn on to Crazee Baldhead, an iconic imposing figure as he takes to the stage in his manic, passionate and self believing style to inspire all that experience this Crazee Baldhead.
Touring soon on the university circuit, there will be a chance for the fans and new followers to watch in musical awe the singer songwriter Crazee Baldhead treading the stage with his one man and a machine enigmatic stage show.
Crazee Baldhead’s first single is available to download from the 1st June 2010 on Itunes and it is a magical time machine journey returning to the sixties with a lyric and melody that epitomises the era and provides a message that there are ways to change your perception and understanding of the world!
Worthing man Crazee Baldhead Turning on, Tuning in, Dropping out on the south coast. Sit back and enjoy the summer’s psychedelic anthem of 2010.
Released 6th February 2012 Cloud Cuckoo 9 single.....a return to Crazee's usual reggae style.
Craig Kennett Management Ltd