The Crossroads Band | Momma Warned You

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Momma Warned You

by The Crossroads Band

A powerhouse blend of roadhouse rock and straight up blues infused with unique vocal harmony, soulful sax, and hot guitar leads from the boys your momma warned you about.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Momma Warned You
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2. Straight Shooter
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3. Why Did You Lie
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4. Thing They Call The Blues
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5. The Right Stuff
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6. Anita
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7. Lady\'s Pain
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8. Mr. Cool
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The Crossroads Band began in 2002, in Bossier City, Louisiana, when founding member, John Kavanaugh decided to follow his dream of bringing together talented musicians of differing backgrounds to form a powerful, cohesive show band. Tailor made for the local casino market as well as the many festivals and major events of the area, Crossroads regularly plays to crowds throughout the Ark-La-Tex region.

Crossroads is and always will be about the music. Whether it be the New Orleans style brass, hot Texas guitar, or the incredible four and five part harmony, each member brings the best of his own style into the mix, creating a veritable crossroads of rock, blues, jazz, swing, and soul that explodes into the audience with a powerful energy that has to be experienced to be fully appreciated.


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I think the album is good, but, I realy like your older style of blues and rock and roll. I like the sexy voice and feelings that you put into it.