Professor Louie and The Crowmatix

Professor Louie & The Crowmatix repertoire is steeped in Rock ‘n’ Roll, Blues, Gospel and American Roots music and at this special concert event will be enhanced by The Woodstock Horns led by Jeff Stockham – a great four-piece horn section from Syracuse NY that takes the music one step beyond.

PL&C have 12 studio CD’s on The Woodstock Records label. Their 2017 recording Crowin’ The Blues has been on The Contemporary Blues charts in the top 20 for the first quarter of 2017 and still going. Strong. Their CD, Music From Hurley Mountain was voted Best Concept Record by Radio Crystal Blue in 2016.

This Grammy Nominated Woodstock, NY group plays 150 shows a year in the US and worldwide. They have performed at the Thunder Bay, London, Windsor, Tondor, Falcon Ridge Festivals, Sellersville Theater, BB Kings, NYC, House Of Blues, LA. Professor Louie has performed twice on The Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise.

PL& C have been inducted into Blues Hall Of Fame, New York Chapter and hold a permanent place in the Canada South Blues Museum.

Band Members
Professor Louie (Keys-Accordion,Vocals) collaborated with Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame group The Band for over 16 years. Played and produced their hit Atlantic City.

John Platania (Guitar-Vocals) is known for his great performances with Van Morrison for over thirty years and collaborated with Van creating some top hits such as Domino.

Gary Burke (Drums) performed with Bob Dylan’s The Rolling Thunder Review and recorded and toured extensively with Joe Jackson.

Miss Marie (Vocals-Percussionist-Keys) performed and recorded with Levon Helm, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson and was an integral part of Mercury Rev’s Gold Album Deserters Song.

Frank Campbell (Bass-Vocals) was Levon Helm’s music director with the Woodstock All-stars touring the USA and performed & recorded with Steve Forbert on tour.

Jeff Stockham (Trumpet) leads the four piece Woodstock Horns / Syracuse Chapter.

$18.00 - $20.00


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