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Genres You Will Love
Rock: Americana Moods: Type: Vocal Rock: Album Rock

By Location
United States - South Carolina

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Crowfield

Crowfield's journey to the national stage has been accompanied by breakups and breakdowns, tempered by
successes and letdowns, and defined by the act of giving a little more when there was nothing left to give.
Since the band's creation in 2008, their music has moved around and amongst a vintage American sound that reflected
their Heartland roots.

Throughout this evolution, however, the sincere and often heart wrenching lyrics of lead singer Tyler
Mechem have continued to resonate with listeners.

Indiana native Tyler Mechem formed the band that would come to be known as Crowfield
when he relocated to Charleston, SC in 2005. In 2008, they caught the ear of acclaimed producer Rick
Beato. Crowfield's premier album "Goodbye, Goodnight, So Long Midwestern" (Ten Star Records) soon
followed.

In 2010, Crowfield signed with Universal Records, but the deal was short lived as the record company's
size conflicted with the intimate grassroots approach which led Crowfield to their initial success.

The band decided that their second album should be self-titled, as it was a collection of songs that were
written and developed as the band matured into its present form. The second album was again recorded
with producer Rick Beato, but production on the songs was minimized in order to capture the emotion and
energy present in the live show.

A recent Kickstarter campaign raised nearly $20,000 to fund their third album - The Diamond Sessions.
The Diamond Sessions is named in honor of the late Johnny Diamond who was the band’s first
manager and biggest supporter.

Follow Crowfield on www.crowfieldmusic.com, Twitter and Facebook to keep up with their busy touring schedule.

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