Crawford Mack is an observational Alternative Singer/Songwriter who merges Folk, Jazz and Rock influences. Crawford is from Glasgow and is based in London, where he relocated to study Jazz.
Crawford takes inspiration from artists such as Nick Drake, Sting, Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, John Martyn, Elbow, Fleet Foxes, Nick Cave, Wayne Shorter, Gabriel Kahane and Paper Kites.”
Across a range of projects, Crawford has performed in venues such as The Barbican, The Royal Albert Hall, Ronnie Scott’s, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, The Royal Amsterdam Concertgebouw, The Bedford, The Vortex and Saint Luke’s & The Winged Ox. In 2018 he was chosen as the UNESCO City of Music representative for Glasgow to play at Fête de la Musique in Hannover, Crawford has just returned from a collaborative tour in Mexico.
“Mack performs with a nonchalance throughout the album that defies explanation. It’s the kind of effortless that I’m sure reflects hours of hard work. That said, Mack channels pop references and stylistic choices into some really genuine and interesting songs.” – Ear To The Ground Music.