If you're looking for an artist that will move you with their heartfelt songs and captivating melodies, then look no further than Buried By The Crossroads. The musical duo, consisting of father and son, have been playing music together since the early days of the father's career. From life experiences to tribute songs for loved ones lost, their music is guaranteed to touch your soul.
The father, who inspired his son to be a part of the music industry, taught him to play electric guitar when he was just 7 years old. His son picked up writing on his own and was gifted with a decent singing voice. The band name, Buried By The Crossroads, is a dedication to his father's band, the Backwoods Boys, who started and stopped at a Crossroads in a small community called Lenox AL.
Coming from a musical and artistic family, the band had no trouble finding inspiration for their songs. Their music is described as a mix of southern rock and a variety of other styles, in an effort to reach more audiences. Buried By The Crossroads creates music for themselves and their fans, knowing that if they can touch just one person with their music, it was enough.
The band is thankful for their wonderful support system and amazing fans, who are all good-hearted and respectful people. They love interacting with them over TikTok live and can't wait to meet their favorite fan, Jerkydoc, and his wife, in person one day.
Working mostly on night shift, Buried By The Crossroads finds themselves more creative and productive. They also enjoy meeting new people and learning new things through their music, making sure to stay strong mentally in the face of any and all challenges.
In the coming months, Buried By The Crossroads plans to release as much music as they can and start touring around the beginning of 2024. Until then, you can find their music on Spotify and follow them on social media for updates. You can also contact them through their email, firstname.lastname@example.org, for any enquiries.
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