Ron Crowder • variety at The Range Café, Bernalillo
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Friday Aug 24, 2018

925 S Camino del Pueblo
Bernalillo, NM

Phone: (505) 867-1700
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Ron Crowder

Phone: (505) 270-0594
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After spending the past couple of decades working behind the scenes as a songwriter, producer, recording engineer and side man for others, Albuquerque native, Ron Crowder, steps out for his first solo EP release, “Liberty,” produced and recorded by Crowder at his own InCrowd Studio in Albuquerque.  The title track, co-written with Jim Casey and Danny Casey, was just awarded Best Song at the 2018 New Mexico Music Awards. 

 The EP release show will feature some very special guests, including Jim Casey, Hillary Smith, Glenn Kostur (all of whom appear on the EP), as well as Milo Jaramillo and JD Davis.

See also: Show Up!

Friday Part II

Ron Crowder
courtesy of the artist

Burque’s music scene is fluid and travels a myriad of channels looking for an outlet to the sea. From rock clubs to jazz or chamber music-centered auditoriums and amphitheaters to simple and elaborate recording studios scattered here and there along the Rio Grande, all sorts of musicians make all sorts of livings practicing and playing—producing one of the most varied scenes in the US. Among those who dwell mostly in the studio, a certain subculture is devoted to disseminating pop culture tropes on demand. Ron Crowder, un puro local, from the city of gold, no less—Addy award-winning composer of music for TV, radio and film, will be celebrating the release of his first CD, Liberty at The Range Café (925 S. Camino Del Pueblo, Bernalillo) on Friday, Aug. 24. Crowder creates witty, craft-anchored rock with informed, cross-genre flourishes, á la Newman or Zevon. Definitely worth a trip to Burn-a-leño for something totally different than what you’d expect to hear in the high desert. 7pm • FREE • All-ages.

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