""This musical prodigys talents have the capability to grab the ears of music and program directors across the globe with the intent of reversing the trend of playing senseless music on a commercial stage. His inspirational lyrics and vast knowledge of instrumentation is a true gift to music lovers from all walks of life. " AmpedSounds.com review of RasCricket 2010
Listen to my Slightly Stoopid Remix that recently won first place! :
Niceness! Finished my CD "New Roots" more songs for the CD posted soon! :)
Givin Thanks June 2010 - Added a new song, "First Trumpet", from my new CD available early July. But more recently, I just added a track from one of the bands I play with, a band called "Sweetgrass". It may be only available for a short time and we may make a page at Soundclick just for Sweetgrass, but I wanted to post it here so friends I know could give it a listen. Blessings :)
Greetings in 2010!! Big things this year Recently added are two classics. The first is a reggae guitar instrumental version of the song "Easy" by Lionel Richie. The second, "Is this Dub", is a Bob Marley remix done by myself using authentic studio tracks from the classic song. I really hope you like it Blessings, all Cricket :)
**Blessings, everyone! Two new Dub tracks, "Alpha Dub" and "Bad Neighbor Dub" are available. Thanks for the resounding support everyone from Soundclick has given it's truly appreciated and what carries me on to better things and Im very grateful for that.
So enjoy the tunes I'll be dropping in more and more Thanks all One Love Cricket :)
Greetings, everyone and thanks for coming. Most of the songs I'll be posting here at Soundclick will be done solely by myself. I'll add a few live takes of my band well.
(Haha, the Michael Jackson cover was basically me challenging myself to try and get a decent production of that song. I just had to get that keyboard line. Hope ya like it)
Love Truth Respect
Opening for and sharing the stage with far too many reggae bands to list, Here are some of the favorites over the years: The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Inner Circle, The Mighty Diamonds, The Itals, Sister Carol, The Congos, Michael Rose, and the list goes on and on....
I play all the time. Im currently in three bands and am busy as much as I'd like to be. Ive toured the Pacific Northwest a few times and am pretty much playing live a few times a week for certain.
Most classic reggae is where Im still at. Alton Ellis is my favorite vocalist with Horace Andy close behind. All classic dub from Tubby to Scientist to Jammy. Well.....some Jammy, haha. Guitar influences range from David Gilmour to Ernest Ranglin.