You know how you’ve made it as a musician? When you’ve played on over forty albums, backed up Robert Randolph on B3 and Carlos Santana on violin, and manned the keyboards for both Bruce Springsteen and Dave Matthews.
Only one man can boast such a resume, and that man is Jason Crosby, who, as it turns out, write great songs as well.
Download this bluesy rave up from Crosby’s new jazz and prog-leaning band, Dark Loft, dubbed “Rose & Gold.” It’s track number two on the quintet’s self-titled, self-released debut, out October 11.
Sounds like: Eric Clapton meets Jethro Tull, with a splash of Black Keys.