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About Old Crow Medicine Show

Hear Willie talk about the Crows' beginnings:

The Old Crow Medicine Show are Ketch Secor (vocals, fiddle, harmonica, banjo), Willie Watson (vocals, guitar), Kevin Hayes (guit-jo) and Morgan Jahnig (upright bass).

The Crows released their first major-label album, O.C.M.S., in February 2004. They have also released two independent albums, Greetings From Wawa (2000) and Eutaw (2001), and a Live album (2003).

Critter Fuqua (vocals, banjo, guitar, bottleneck guitar) was a founding member of the band. He played and sang on O.C.M.S., as well as writing Big Time In The Jungle and Take ‘Em Away for that album. Although the Crows have not announced Critter’s departure, he has not regularly featured in the Crows’ lineup for some months. David Rawlings, who produced O.C.M.S., has been playing and singing in Critter’s spot. Another picker named Gilbert Landry also stood in for Critter at the Crows’ July Opry Plaza show and on UK and US tour dates in the latter part of 2004 and 2005.

Gilbert is the guitarist from the Kitchen Syncopators. There are a few pictures of the Kitchen Syncopators here.

Critter Fuqua, Gilbert Landry and David Rawlings are all featured in Old Crow's video for Tell It To Me, filmed at Station Inn in December 2004. Critter has also made a few appearances with the Crows in 2005, suggesting that he may be involved in the new album they will soon be recording.

The Old Crow Medicine Show are based in Nashville, Tennessee. See Matt Dellinger's Hardcore Troubadours article for the full history of the band.


O.C.M.S.
Ketch, Kevin, Willie, Critter and Morgan


Gilbert Landry at Opry Plaza

Many thanks to Calvin for the Opry Plaza photo and to Keith for the information about Gilbert Landry.

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