Crandall Creek is out with an exciting new bluegrass “bluesy” single, “Don’t Come Knockin,’” featuring the spectacular lead vocals by Carly Greer.  

Band leader, guitarist, and the primary songwriter of the group, Jerry Andrews, shared a fascinating insight into the creation of the new single. He revealed, “I had 12 lines plus the melody of ‘Don’t Come Knockin’ recorded in my phone for a while. I knew this one was right in Carly’s wheelhouse. During a practice at Stonewall Jackson’s summer home in Beverly, West Virginia (thank you Arden Swecker and Amanda Reese,) I presented it to the band. Fifteen minutes later it was complete, and we had a blast! Carly contributed lyrics and verses, helped with structure, and then Kathy added the finishing touches.” 

The single, produced by Jamie Peck, features the talents of Crandall Creek members Carly Greer on lead vocal, Kathy Wigman Lesnock on harmony vocal, Jerry Andrews on rhythm guitar, and Dustin Terpenning on banjo. Guest musicians include Andy Leftwich on fiddle, lead guitar, mandolin, and Darrin Vincent on bass.

The talented members of Crandall Creek include Carly Greer on lead vocals, Jerry Andrews on guitar and vocals, Kathy Wigman Lesnock on vocals, Dustin Terpenning on banjo, Sav Nelson on acoustic bass, and Steve Acord on fiddle. The band just received five 2024 Josie Music Awards Nominations, including:

  • Crandall Creek for Group of the Year (Bluegrass)
  • Jerry Andrews for Songwriter of the Year 
  • “Just 18” for Music Video of the Year
  • Carly Greer for Best Performance in a Music Video in “Just 18”
  • Carly Greer for Country Female Vocalist of the Year

Crandall Creek’s music is a testament to their dedication to storytelling. They weave tales of life, love, and faith through their original compositions. On March 1, 2024, they unveiled their spectacular new album, Ain’t Love Somethin’, with each tune crafted by one or more Crandall Creek band members. The album features recent hits like ‘Pieces,’ and the gospel song, ‘Don’t Cry Mary.’ The 14-track album also includes chart hits like ‘Just 18,’ ‘Love the Thrill,’ ‘Refrigerator Homemade Picture Show’ featuring Shannon Slaughter, along with their bonus track, ‘Christmastime.’ 

Another recent single and video, “Lazy Sunday,” is a duet with Carly Greer and Greg Blake, the reigning International Bluegrass Music Association Male Vocalist of the Year. 

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“Don’t Come Knockin’” and all Crandall Creek’s music is available to radio programmers at AirPlay Direct and Hope River Entertainment