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THE STRIKE
Songbyrd Presents
Downstairs, All Ages


DOORS: 7:00 PM // SHOW: 8:00 PM

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Songbyrd Presents 

Saturday November 2, 2019

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The Strike is a 5 member independent band based in Los Angeles, CA. Formed in 2013, the band is headed by front man Chris Crabb and supported by Yusuke Sato-guitar, Frank Ojeda-bass, Myles Lawrence-Sax, and Jay Tibbitts-drums.

The Strike released their debut album "Faint of Heart" in June of 2017, which was met with great enthusiasm nationally. The success of the record allowed them to expand their presence into Los Angeles and the greater Mountain West region and has put them on the radar as one of the up and coming bands to watch for.

On August 17th 2018, their song “Human Right” from the album was featured in Netflix’s original movie “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” In less than one month, the song was streamed over 1 million times on Spotify alone, and well over a million times across all platforms. It was “Shazamed” over 20k times in the month following the release of the movie. Among those who saved Human Right to their library, it is listened to at an average of 10+ times. It was featured on Spotify’s New Alt Playlist (700k+ subscribers), as well as the US Viral Top 50 Chart.


 

In the summer of 2017, they were selected to play at the 27th annual Qingdao Beer Festival in China where they performed to thousands of festival goers for a month and a half. Their music is now being circulated across Asia.

In early 2018 The Strike was hand selected by Quincy Jones to play a three month residency at Q's Bar and Lounge in Dubai. There they were able to win over fans from all over the globe.

They played 60 shows in 82 days while in the UAE.

The Strike is known for their captivating live performances. In an age of musical minimalism, The Strike is reminiscent of rock bands from the 70's and 80's. They feature true showmanship in an age where the art of performance has been forgotten. Chris Crabb's vocal style is akin to rock vocalists such as Lou Gramm, or Steve Perry. The band members are all students at their craft. Those attend Strike shows become instant fans.