Dewey may be the hottest young bluegrass turk in
Boston. He's a charismatic performer and a crisp mandolinist who mixes
traditional reverence and big-city sass. His quintet Crazy Creek knows
its pickin 'n' grinnin' chapter and verse, but can rock out with a
that is earning a following among purists and novices alike.
--Scott Alarik, Boston Globe Calendar, 9/11/03
The first time I saw Adam Dewey and Crazy Creek
was at the Pickin' on Alzheimer's Show. I have to say I was more than
impressed. I think this group, without a doubt, is the best kept secret
in Bluegrass. It's been a long time since I enjoyed a group this much.
Adam Dewey and Crazy Creek pack a lot of wallop as a bluegrass
band that knows its roots. Strong singing and playing ... make this band of special interest to the folks
who enjoy high-level traditional bluegrass.
--Pete Wernick, Dr. Banjo
Since their introduction to the Boston music scene in the fall of 1993,
Adam Dewey & Crazy Creek have been playing their own brand of traditional
and contemporary bluegrass music.