The coming of Crave'n Rockwell has been prophesized ever since shiny, silver spaceships landed in Egypt and Mayan Central America thousands of years ago. By deciphering ancient hieroglyphs chiseled into the stone blocks of pyramids and temples, one can clearly read the foretelling of the creation of what is certain to be one of the most anticipated Bands of the early 21st Century. The prophecies categorically state the advent of global warming, the recession of the polar ice caps, and the subsequent exposure and thawing of four Canadian musicians. Writing and performing Rock as solid as the Cambrian shield which held them in stasis, Crave'n Rockwell seems to be another example of a extraterrestrial cultural exchange program happening galaxy wide. Some believe Vocalist Thurston Crave'n, Guitarist Edd Rockwell, Drummer Brian Willey, and Bassist Jeff Hanlon are part of an elaborate alien grade school science project gone awry. Still others point to the advances made by higher life forms in the cryogenic freezing and thawing of musicians and their instruments. Either way, upon reanimation the Band immediately began diligently writing and recording songs. Nine of which ended up becoming the Shack Dance Album Crave'n Rockwell infuses their music with an intensity and diversity that can only be derived by four individuals who have well over 8,000 years of pent up creative emotions collectively. Crave'n Rockwell is Stoked to be Shack Dancing here on Earth.
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