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"To that same end, he’s also a tireless musician, routinely juggling new projects that find him kicking up a racket in any number of divey haunts around town. For a gent originally hailing from the Grunge capital of the Pacific Northwest, Jason’s managed to steep himself with efficiency into the New York City music scene. His most recent endeavor — an ensemble dubbed The Crier Brothers — recently harnessed the temerity to cover what some of us might considered the untouchably hallowed (as laboriously expressed in the paragraphs above) — “People Who Died” by the Jim Carroll Band. Were that not enough, Jason and his co-hort in Crying, James G. Barry (he's the gent on the right in the shot above), actually managed to convince surviving members of the Jim Carroll Band to even play on it. What balls, eh?" - Alex Smith

http://vassifer.blogs.com/alexinnyc/2016/09/people-who-died-and-the-brothers-who-cried.html

 

"If you're looking for some classic, just old school, awesome rock and roll, i'd definitely recommend the Crier Brothers."
Radio Free Brooklyn - ROCK WEEKLY with @ DrWadata

"Oh, and how hard do the Crier Brothers rock..."
Radio Free Brooklyn - ROCK WEEKLY with @ DrWadata