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  formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A. in August, 1967. Originally known as the "South 40", they were former members of the Rave-Ons and the Jokers Wild. The original band members were Dave Wagner (vocals), Larry Wiegand (bass/vocals), Dick Wiegand (guitar), Dave (Kink) Middlemist (Hammond organ/vocals)  and Harry Nehls (drums/vocals). They released the "South 40 Live at Someplace Else" LP in 1968.
  In 1969 they added Denny Craswell (Castaways) on drums/vocals, changed their band name to Crow, and released the album "Crow Music" on the Amaret label. They had a number of Top-40 hits from 1969 to 1972,
including "Evil Woman", "Slow Down", "(Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie) On the King of Rock n' Roll" and "Cottage Cheese" among others.
  They disbanded in 1972 but reformed again in 1988. They continue to play select concerts all over the United States and have released numerous CD's. All the members have won Minnesota Music Awards for their own individual instruments. In 2005 they were inducted into the Minnesota Rock/Country Hall of Fame, 2009 the Iowa Rock & Roll Music Hall of Fame and in 2016 The South Dakota Rock & Roll Music Association.


Saturday, April 9
Famous Dave's, Calhoun Square, Minneapolis, MN
9:00 pm With Special guest Lisa Wenger

Friday & Saturday, April 15 - 16
Induction into the South Dakota Rock and Roll Music Hall of Fame
Ramkota Inn Exhibit Hall, Sioux Falls, SD

Friday, August 12
Special Guests: The Murphy Brothers Band
Boji Bay Events Center, Spirit Lake, IA
7 pm - 9pm

Friday, August 19
Crookston, MN

Saturday, August 20
Famous Dave's, Minneapolis, MN

Saturday, September 17
Deadwood Jam
, Deadwood, SD

Check back later for more dates!


With a lowdown bass lick, uptown R&B horns and surging organ punctuating a catchy chorus, "Evil Woman (Don’t Play Your Games With Me)" hit the Top 20 like a comet in 1969 and propelled Crow from Midwest club band into national touring act overnight. Thanks in part to covers by Black Sabbath and Ike and Tina Turner, it's one of the most recognizable hits of the era and, inexplicably, one of the few to not make the transition into the digital age. Until now.

Out of print for four decades, Crow's finest recordings are now available again on CD and 180-gram vinyl editions meticulously mastered from the original tapes. Long-suffering Crow fans can at last savor the best of the band's gritty run from 1969-1971, including not only "Evil Woman," but their other charting singles "Cottage Cheese," "Slow Down" and "(Don’t Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the) King of Rock & Roll" -- not to mention deep album cuts like "Keeps Me Running." Both formats also feature a previously unreleased demo cover of the Beatles' "When I Get Home," and the CD edition adds a previously unreleased long version of "Cottage Cheese."

Each edition comes fully equipped with memorabilia, photos and detailed liners by Doug Sheppard of Ugly Things magazine.



Crow Classics - Cover art by Richard Guindon

Evil Woman
Stand To Blame
Slow Down
Busy Day
Cottage Cheese
Easy Street
Don't Try To Lay No
Boogie Woogie
(On the King of Rock & Roll)
Mobile Blues
Something In Your Blood

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Slow Down
Cottage Cheese
Satisfy Susie
Mobile Blues
Chest Fever
Something In Your Blood
Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie
(On the King of Rock & Roll)

Waitin' for the Wind
Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games With Me)

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8 1/2 by 11 Flier PDF
11 by 17 Poster
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Videos from South Dakota Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 4-16-2016


 Ike & Tina Turner's version of "Evil Woman" entitled "Evil Man"


  Interview with Larry from Songfacts,
Thanks to Gary Hailey

3-18-2012 - Interview with Larry Wiegand, in "It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine"

Review of Crow/Badfinger Show
2-5-2014 Blue Monday Magazine
Thunder Roads Magazine Cover March 2014 Thunder Roads Magazine Article March 2014



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