Cripple Creek Band Presents New Album – Still Alive And Kickin

The sensations-album is now available on the market. The sensation album is on the market the cripple Creek Band belongs to the most successful American Country music Acts in Germany, and the 20-year anniversary is fast approaching. Mid-1990s they were band at the legendary “Grand Ole Opry” first – and so far only – German country. As a result, they played in the famous “Wilde Horse saloon” in Nashville/TN., in Las Vegas and pine top/AZ. A real flood of nominations and award it arose as a logical consequence.

After the presentation of the last Studio album “Forbidden Love”, it was quiet around the band, it parted from the management and the previous record label. With the new album ‘STILL ALIVE & KICKIN’ ‘, the four Thoroughbred musicians celebrate a brilliant comeback! The cripple Creek Band is back! Still unique! The country mainstream abdicating, the Group remains one of the few character bands of in Germany. The band is so tight like never before! All friends of honest, handmade roots / country / Rock music can now rejoice, because with the new album, the cripple presents Creek Band the most varied work of their career! In Denmark, the band composed the bulk of the album. Got them to the American writer Michael Max McGee in the boat and created what believed to hope no one: “A hot plate!” ‘ The song by Robert Palmer “Bad Case Of Loving You” is the only cover version and is, as well as the title song of the album ‘Still alive & kickin’ ‘, in the Linedance find his place. Lovers of traditional country music will discover their Earwigs in the songs “Forgot To Forget”, “Heart of glass” and “Hallelujah”. You can see Irish sounds, banjo inserts, as well as the cheerful Cajun sound of an accordion. Harder, however, sounds in “Straight whiskey woman”, “who what when”, and “Too Hot To Handle”. “Still alive & Kickin'” offers a variety of material and still sounds like a cast.

Thanks to this is Jason Garner, the man at the controls of the album in Nashville/TN. the last Missed cut. The result speaks clearly for itself. So powerful, charismatic and flexibly the voices of the four musicians have never sounded! A plus of the new disc – it can really please everyone, even listeners who otherwise like any country music. It remains only to say: “hats off, CCB and way to go!” The album is available for download as both classical CD at Amazon, itunes and Musicload. Free partially listening to samples of the album can be found on the homepage of the band: