Thursday, June 26, 2014
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
In 1976 a band of southern rockers from northwest Tennessee formed a band that has become legendary in Southern Rock lore in the last 40 years. T. R. Crooks, named after a old time cigar, released their first and only album featuring songs like Farmin' Man, Song of David, Waitin' for a Better Day, White Lighting and more that are still as popular today as they were in the rocking Seventies. Only 1000 copies of the original album were released and even today, copies of that album are selling for hundreds of dollars on EBay. With your help, the surviving members of T.R. Crooks are going to re-release the original album again ON VINYL. They will also be releasing, to some lucky donors, the music on CD as well as unreleased tracks from the aborted second album. Help make history happen again and join the campaign to see T.R. Crooks on vinyl once again!
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Jimmy and Rickey Stewart (Tennessee River Crooks) interview
English version of Bands Of Dixie interview
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