Alive After Five: Jeff Crosby and the Refugees 

July 1, Grove Plaza


Since moving to L.A. in 2010, Jeff Crosby and the Refugees have gained momentum—and fans—with high-energy live shows, and their ever-evolving sound, as evidenced by their 2014 self-released full-length All Nighter. Roots-rock website No Depression called the album "feel-good music," adding that the "standout is Crosby's voice ... just incredible, unique and such a pleasure to listen to."

The Idaho native will bring his band of Refugees, which now include Jeff's brother Andy on bass and Ben Brault on drums, home for a handful of performances: In addition to Alive After Five, they'll head to the Wood River Valley to play Friday, July 3, in Stanley Park and Saturday, July 4, during the Fourth of July Celebration at McCall's Salmon River Brewery. Hopefully, they'll be able to chill out with a mug of SRB's Jeff Crosby and The Refugees Refugee Sage Pale Ale.

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