A Tribute to the Black Crowes
The man, the myth, the legend. That's it.
Rhythm & Lead Guitar
Ever since "Shake Your Money Maker" Richard was hooked. He has seen Crowes, Magpie, CRB and Rich solo many times! He still pinches himself that he gets to play with these talented musicians. He is also a self-proclaimed gear junkie!
He also plays in a classic rock cover band, Rewind, with Alyssa.
I mean come on.....Chico Crow....need I say anything more????
Alex has been a musician for over 35 years. His primary instrument is lead guitar but also plays bass and drums.
Alex is a singer/songwriter and released an EP of acoustic originals on streaming services. He’s at home playing blues, metal, hard rock, classic rock, and acoustic finger-style.
Another frickin' Philadelphia legend....
Alyssa joins Remedy with a musical background focused on choral music and musicals. She was in the NJ All-State Choir and the All-Northeastern SeaBoard Choir and was lead in multiple high school musicals. Alyssa’s choral background helped her develop the soulfulness needed to sing back-up for Remedy, as the choral repertoire included many spiritual pieces. Alyssa sings lead for the classic rock band, Rewind. She joined both bands after Richard discovered her passion for singing while watching their sons’ play soccer together.
Alyssa is a frontline physician in the Covid-19 pandemic, and is grateful for the outlet reconnecting with music has provided during this challenging time.
An open mic was all it took to set things in motion for Cynthia. Shortly after, she formed Another Rainy Friday Acoustic Trio which focused on the softer side of rock. She has that bluesy, soul sound that brings to mind the gospel vibe of early Black Crowes. She currently also sings background and harmony with Pure Jerry, A Jerry Garcia Tribute Band. She also makes music under her own moniker, Green Eyed Soul. One more amazing fact! Cynthia lost her hearing and relies on two Cochlear Baha Implant Systems to hear and sing.
Lou started out life using his mom’s basting brushes to “play” the pots and pans in the kitchen when he was 5 years old, which led to him into playing percussion in his elementary school band. After tolerating his banging a drumset in the basement of their house, his parents bought a piano and not so subtly urged him to make the switch, which he eventually did. Lou loves the piano, but does occasionally “look back” at playing drums – which he also loved; so he developed a percussive and rhythmical style of piano and keyboard playing that combines the two disciplines. He still plays bongos occasionally.
Lou’s first bar band after high school was playing disco music at the height of the disco era. . . .. Nuff said about that. He currently plays in two bands, "Mind’s Eye View", and now "Remedy". He admits that he wasn’t very familiar with the Black Crowes before becoming associated with Remedy, but has since become a fan, realizing that his favorite rock/blues piano player, Chuck Leavell, played piano and organ on several Black Crowes recordings.