Created by Aaron L. Hurwitz, the Crowmatrix play modern blues that’s clearly rooted within the type’s early custom. Hurwitz had previously played keyboards using the Mighty Gospel Giants Of Harlem and toured with Mercury Rev. He created albums by Four Males And A Doggie and, especially, created and performed on albums from the Music group. Among other rings with which he performed, sometimes documenting and generating albums, will be the David Nelson Music group and Graham Parker. For his personal group he takes on keyboards, Hammond body organ and accordion, also performing and writing a lot of the plans. Reportedly, the initial concept was designed to develop a few of Hurwitz’s tunes that could be performed from the Music group. Among other music artists to play within the group are Miss Marie (b. Marie Spinosa; vocals), Jim Eppard (acoustic guitar/mandolin), Mike Demicco (acoustic guitar/mandolin), Mike Dunn (bass), Gary Burke (drums), Josh Colow (acoustic guitar), and Frank Campbell (bass). The 2004 recording Century FROM THE Blues adopted a loose historic path through the proper execution, using original materials by Hurwitz and users of the group in addition to established tunes from your blues repertoire. Located in the brand new York region, the group make periodic, limited tours. Using the Crowmatix, Hurwitz also made an appearance on record with Garth Hudson (THE OCEAN TOWARDS THE North), along with Rick Danko (Occasions Like These). Previously, Hurwitz had performed in duo with Danko to substantial acclaim.