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MP3 of the Week: Ryan Lee Crosby "The War"

MP3 of the Week: Ryan Lee Crosby "The War"


A few months after unleashing a 28-song month-long “Covers Project” in which he gave a solo shine to lost classics by the Stooges, Bad Brains,...
By Michael Marotta  |  September 08, 2011

Necessary shelter: Crosby and Emmet record month-long Covers Project


Yes, it’s shit-central outside, an icy mess of dirty slush and Masshole road rage that’s keeping most sensible folks locked indoors. Thankfully, RYAN LEE CROSBY...
By Michael Marotta  |  February 02, 2011
MP3 of the Week: Ryan Lee Crosby, "Nicoline"

MP3 of the Week: Ryan Lee Crosby, "Nicoline"


 WFNX New England Product's Top Five Local Songs of the Week:1. RYAN LEE CROSBY, "NICOLINE" (m...
By Ryan Stewart  |  February 25, 2009
New England Product: New Alliance Sessions kick-off, Ryan Lee Crosby, and the week in local rock!

New England Product: New Alliance Sessions kick-off, Ryan Lee Crosby, and the week in local rock!


  Happy Oscar week, NE Products. I hope you’re staying warm and cozy, counting down the days t...
By New England Product  |  February 23, 2009
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Insides out

The everyday interaction with animals other than domestic pets has become a whimsical thing of the past. Which leaves those musicians who still write numbers with furry protagonists in a bit of a throwback situation, their songs almost instant period pi
The projective folk of Mr. Sister
By MATT PARISH  |  December 02, 2008
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Boston Music News: July 14, 2006

Ryan Lee Crosby wrote his newest, “Everyday Escape,” for his younger brother Adam, who now plays drums in Crosby’s backing band, the Mindless. Ryan Lee and the Mindless, "Obey Me" (mp3)
Notes on Ryan Lee and the Mindless, plus Somerville ArtBeat 2006
By SARAH TOMLINSON  |  July 10, 2006


Boston music news - January 27, 2006

ELI “PAPERBOY” REED and his eight-piece soul band the TRUE LOVES play their swan song January 28 at the Central Square VFW Hall.
Notes on Eli "Paperboy" Reed, Ryan Lee and the Mindless, and the organizers of the 2005 New England Punk, Goth, and Metal Festival
By SARAH TOMLINSON  |  January 27, 2006
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Redemption songs

Ryan Lee and the Mindless’s There Is No Music (Solari) was one of my favorite local albums of 2005.
Ryan Lee Crosby reemerges with the Mindless
By TED DROZDOWSKI  |  January 17, 2006