Marshall Crenshaw is an American singer/songwriter and guitarist, born on November 11, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan. With his distinctive voice and heartfelt lyrics, Crenshaw has become a respected figure in the music industry. He draws inspiration from various genres including rock, pop, and folk to create his own unique sound.
Crenshaw's music is often compared to other talented artists such as *Rockpile*, *The Smithereens*, *Tommy Keene*, and *Nick Lowe*. His songs have a timeless quality that resonates with listeners of all ages. Whether he's performing solo or collaborating with other musicians, Crenshaw always delivers a captivating live performance.
Throughout his career, Crenshaw has released numerous albums that have garnered critical acclaim. Some of his most notable works include "Marshall Crenshaw," "Field Day," and "Downtown." His songwriting prowess shines through in hits like "Someday Someway" and "Cynical Girl."
The Wild Exciting Sounds of Marshall Crenshaw: Live In The 20th and 21st Century