Sweeping the Florida coast with their rough blend of country and rock, Crossbone is one of the best groups that local music has to offer. Despite their bad boy image, these Harley-Davidson driving musicians take their music seriously, performing some of the best and most well-known songs of the country rock genre with impeccable musicianship and high-powered energy. Making a name for themselves along the Treasure Coast, Crossbone now makes their way to The Lyric Theatre for a night of your favorite songs, including hits by Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Doors, and Charlie Daniels. 
Founded in 2003, Crossbone began as a four piece band with a passion for southern rock and Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Initially playing nightclubs and private parties in the area, the band started to make waves in the local music scene, leaving loyal fans in their wake. Their energetic interpretations of country and rock classics earned them an unofficial title as the most wanted local band on the Treasure Coast. Bad boys with hearts, Crossbone has played at a countless number of fundraising and charitable events, including motorcycle club annuals, fundraisers for families of fallen or ill riders, March of Dimes, Habitat for Humanity events, and Toys for Tots. Despite their rising fame, the band broke up in 2007 after four years of success. 
After only two years apart, guitarist Keith ‘Cutter’ Kohrs brought the best of local country rock back to the Treasure Coast and reunited the band in 2009. Along with lead guitarist Kevin McLoughlin and drummer Paul Goulas, Crossbone inducted two new members to the family, introducing bassist Bobby Lewis and lead vocalist Pat Campion. With their new soulful accompaniment and powerful vocals, Crossbone has added a whole new dimension to their already celebrated sound. The 5-piece group is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year, performing a totally redesigned show featuring a new lineup of former members Scott Benge, Brian Cunningham, Norman ‘Buddy’ Reid, and Garry Nutt. Don’t miss Crossbone this October for their rockin’ anniversary celebration at The Lyric Theatre.
Also as an added bonus, our friends Tim and Rebecca of the Nouveau Honkies
also known as the "Deux" Nouveaux Honkies will be opening the show!

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