RoseAnn Fino: Found her voice as a songwriter while keeping her country roots. Growing up in New York’s Hudson Valley and now living in NYC, RoseAnne’s songs are a new and refreshing convergence of roots rock & NY street smarts. Produced by Aaron L. Hurwitz (Professor Louie) these tracks feature The Crowmatix and guitarist John Platania. Her melodic narratives are emotional & compelling.
Waydown Wailers: From Canton NY - defined as “Outlaw Jam Rock”. Brothers Dave and Christian Parker with Michael Scruffy Scriminger and Connor Pelkey have joined forces. Lyrically, the songs range from present day observations on a National level, to recounts of past relationships. With signature guitar riffs and excellent melodies to carry the songs. Edge of the swamp rock, blues, and jam with a twist of Americana
Grammy nominated, Professor Louie & The Crowmatix, hail from Woodstock, NY. The group came into existence preparing songs for Aaron Professor Louie Hurwitz' studio productions for the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame group The Band. Professor Louie collaborated with the Band for over fifteen years.
What their saying about Professor Louie & The Crowmatix
“They are an inspiration to us all; beyond the original and cover songwriting, they are always going somewhere new” john shelton ivany
”An Americana template that jams out timeless rock, country, blues and New Orleans influenced original tunes” Village Voice
PL & C w/ Miss Marie, consummate professional, main stay writer / singer, musician in The Crowmatix. “The gorgeous voice of Miss Marie takes over the lead vocals on the self–penned “Top of The World” – David Malachowski
“Powerfully showing her stuff “ Rapide River Arts, Ashville NC
Ksenia (Siberian Inspiration) -Duet with Professor Louie. Live recording from Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russia. In many of the Professor Louie’s tours none has been more rewarding then performing in Novosibirsk, Siberia, teaching young singers English through singing. Louie has known Ksenia since she was fourteen and on the Classic Soul song, “Don’t mess Up A Good Thing” and even with lots of slang, her command of English shines through.
Druzhba Choir (Friendship) & Professor Louie
Recorded live In Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russia
The Choir, 8 to 16 years old, are all learning English through singing. With Louie’s connections to The
Rock’ n’ Roll Hall of Fame group “The Band” what better song then Bob Dylan’s Classic, I Shall be Released, singing
“from The West down to The East”
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