Crowe Brothers to Graham Talent

The Crowe BrothersRandy Graham has announced the signing of The Crowe Brothers to his Graham Talent Group where he will provide exclusive representation for the band.

Josh and Wayne Crowe have been playing and singing bluegrass together since 1975, when they hooked up with banjo legend Raymond Fairchild, moving their boyhood homes in Clayton, GA to Maggie Valley, NC where Raymond was based. They toured nationally with him for the next 15 years.

When that grouping came apart, bass player Wayne left the music business for a time, with Josh continuing on his own. But in 2005, Wayne was back and the Crowe Brothers have been providing strong, traditional bluegrass set off by their sterling brother harmony ever since.

Their current album is 40 Years Old, released on Mountain Fever in 2014.

For information about booking The Crowe Brothers, contact The Graham Talent Group.

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