|Artist Name:||Creepin' Charley and the Boneyeard Orchestra|
|Years Active:||- Present|
|Andy Fark -- drums
Eric Grimmit -- guitar
Shelby Kelley -- guitar, vocals
Chad Pollock -- bass
|Related Bands:||Shelby Kelley|
"Hot off the recent release of their video for "Dirty Money," Creepin' Charley is in the midst of a creative whirlwind. Each gig that passes brings more new songs that find the band evolving into a top notch high-octane rock and roll outfit that this town has way too few of. Chad Pollock and Andy Fark are probably one of the tightest rhythm sections in the Ohio Valley, while the magic of herky-jerky frontman Kelley and his foil on the guitar, Emerald Eric Grimmitt, give this band a presence that few others can match."
~ Jeff Napier, Nuvo Newsweekly.
Once one of Indy's most active bands, Creepin' Charley and the Boneyard Orchestra, has been reclusive of late. During the group's downtime the musicians morphed their sound to a hard-rock stomp that resembles Led Zeppelin at their most revved up, delivering songs of sin and woe.
~ "Indy Top 10 Live" (May 2, 2007)
"Since the band made their debut at the 2004 Midwest Music Summit, Creepin' Charley has evolved into one of the tightest, most entertaining, and best rock & roll bands in the city."
~ Steve Hayes, IndianapolisMusic.net.
"Musically, Creepin' Charley is all about Kelley's sandpaper-rough vocals and the punchy, hard-nosed rhythm section of Pollock and Fark...gives the group a garage-punk sound that puts it miles beyond the early Tom Waits' musical experiments."
~ Steve Hammer, Nuvo Newsweekly.
"This is raw, 'gut-bucket' rock."
~ Sharon Ramsey, Shae's Place Zine.
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