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The Murdering Crows were phantastic at the Woodruff-Fountain Haunted Happenings show.  Next performance: Halloween night at Growlers.

The Murdering Crows

creepy creepers

Make-It Month continues with spectacle making. Last night I danced a fevered jig on stage. The creation was partly choreographed, partly made up on the spot, and fully fevered. I discovered the fever part when I awoke in the middle of the night feeling horrible and took my temperature. After sleeping nearly 12 hours, I’ve languished in bed again today as much as possible and worked on making a paper pocket. Eventually I hope to share both creations, dance and pocket, here.

Today though, I will share some of the creations of others who are busy making things. Specifically, I want to introduce you to the work of a band near and dear to me: The Murdering Crows’. This is their debut music video of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic, Bad Moon Rising. It’s a version of the song that feels very “October” to me and fits the mood of the month.  Their arrangement matches the dark tone and theme of the lyrics.  I hope you enjoy!

If you like what you see and hear, the song is available for download in all the usual places (CD baby, Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, etc.).

Want to see them live? Upcoming show dates are listed below.

Thursday, October 10 ** 8 pm ** Canvas of Memphis

Friday, October 25  ** 6-10 pm ** Woodruff Fontaine House’s Haunted Happenings

Thursday, October 31 ** 7 pm** Growlers 

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