Tickets: Adv $8
Doors at 7:30
MUSIC at 8:30
Molly Stevens grew up in Macon with a rich heritage of music surrounding her. Not only did she come from a very musical family, she also shared her city’s history with performers like the Allman Brothers, Otis Redding, and Little Richard. It’s no surprise she found a love for music early on. Stevens packed her bags and moved to Nashville in 2010 to pursue her dreams where she soon met Whitney Layne and the two began writing and singing at local venues in Nashville.
Layne was born in the outskirts of Salt Lake City, Utah. Growing up singing with her twin sisters provided Layne with an early love for music. Moving to Nashville in 2007, Layne began pursuing a solo career and had many successes along the way. She teamed up with Stevens to create what was the beginning of a powerful and heartfelt duo. Their voices were pure magic together. Stevens Layne encompasses honest and raw lyrics with a soulful and pure sound.
Crane is best described as crossover music, Crane has a sound that is all their own. Their musical influences range across the board. Critics and fans use genres such as Southern Rock, Soul, Hip Hop, Funk, and Blues to describe their sound. However, it’s impossible to pigeon hole these boys into one category. They’re often described as a mix of Sublime, the Beastie Boys, and Ben Harper. The threesome create a highly energetic and entertaining live show that displays versatility, showmanship, and raw talent. In the words of front man Anthony Crane, “We get nasty.” Their energy is contagious, and they continuously over deliver at their live performance.
Collectively, the members of Crane have traveled the country in different projects. A group of seasoned professional musicians deliver a fresh young sound that is contagious. Members Daniel Collins and Anthony Crane have proven themselves as cross-genre song writers by their involvement in writing for country acts, hip hop acts, and everything in between. The sound of Crane is a reflection of their versatility and ability as musicians.
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