With the release of Dandelion, Bart Crow has positioned himself for the breakthrough his fans have long known was coming. Regarded as one of Texas’s premier honky-tonkers, Bart has captured in this 14-song CD all the songwriting skill, vocal prowess and blue-collar believability that have made him a mainstay in one of the country’s most demanding and respected proving grounds.
“I’ve never been so proud of anything I’ve recorded as I am of this record,” he says, and while his earlier CDs produced singles that have spent a great deal of time on the Texas Music Chart, including the #1 “Saying Goodbye,” two more Top 5’s, one Top 10 and four Top 20’s, it’s clear that Dandelion fully justifies his increased confidence.
“I surrounded myself with a great team and whittled 78 songs to 12, along with two covers,” he says. “We went into the studio and the whole thing just clicked.” Recorded with producer (and Pat Green drummer/co-producer) Justin Pollard and members of Green’s band, along with keyboardist Michael Ramos and guitarist David Grissom, Dandelion captures Bart’s music at its edgy and intelligent best in a truly defining collection.
About The Iron Horse Pub
The Iron Horse Pub is more than just the city’s only authentic Irish-American pub. Since opening in September 2000, the Pub has presented thousands of musical acts and has become the standard for live music and nightlife in North Texas.
The Pub’s atmosphere of warm personal service, dedication to booking high-quality local, regional and national musical acts, and impressive inventory of domestic and international beers have all added up to thousands of memorable nights for Pub customers and a rock-solid reputation for delivering top-flight entertainment in a friendly and safe environment.