Cross-Tie Walker is a high-caliber classic rock band that also mixes it up with some R&B and other party music. This band was once described by a Frederick, Maryland club owner as "not just another nightclub band but, rather, a full-blown concert act."
Cross-Tie Walker was one of the premier rock powerhouses of the Mid-Atlantic during the late 1980's and mid-1990's and is brining their relentless traveling party back to entertain crowds once more. Cross-Tie Walker members Scott Poe (guitar/vocals) and Denis Mueller (guitar/vocals) welcome the newest members of the band: Dave Musumeci (Keys/Vocals) Johnny B. (Bass) and John Ruth (Drums) into the fold.
Mike McLaughlin of the Laurel Leader wrote: "Then the band reformed last year and played their homecoming at Oliver's last February. It was my birthday, so Jackie and I stopped in for a drink and a listen. And let me tell you, the old trolley station hasn't rocked that much since it was moved sideways after the trolley service stopped."
In addition to great musicians, the band employs a professional road crew and engineering staff, some of whom have worked with Confederate Railroad, Toy Caldwell, Thin Ice, REO Speedwagon, David Bowie, Depeche Mode and many others across Texas and Florida.
1991, Cross-Tie Walker, along with The Outlaws and the Road Ducks, headlined for a record crowd of over 110,000 at the Toy Run '91 concert at Ft. Smallwood State Park in Pasadena, MD. As a band and individually, CTWB performers have shared the stage with many national acts such as: Savoy Brown, Dixie Allstars, Blackfoot, Foghat, Johnny Van Zant, Blackhawk, .38 Special, Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, Toy Caldwell, Molly Hatchet, America, The Outlaws, Steppenwolf, Aaron Tippin, Travis Tritt, Eddie Rabbitt, Delbert McClinton, Tracey Wilson, Rap-Star Lorenzo, and many many other artists.
Cross-Tie Walker released a self-sponsored EP in 1993 and sold over 3,000 copies of that album, "Get Cross-Tied" between 1993 and 1995.
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