Neil Cribbs
Neil Cribbs Neil Cribbs is a blues and soul-soaked Americana musician based out of Atlanta, GA. Drawing influences from Cat Stevens, the Beatles, Uncle Tupelo, Taj Mahal, Joni Mitchell, Richard Buckner, and many other artists Neil's road is paved with anything that grooves. With over 130 solo shows under his belt in 2011, he has continued to tour around the United States, collecting tales, music, and fans along the way. His first studio album "Marionette" gained fans of pure, raw Americana while his sophomore release "Windshield" provides listeners with a high-energy mash up of his genre-less writing style. In late 2011 Neil formed Neil Cribbs and the Rough Gentlemen and began pushing his sound. In 2012 Neil finished his third album "To the Left" with Producer Simon Illa and Engineer Sam Thomas further pushing the limits of his style. Neil continues to keep driving with the uplifted fanbase of self-proclaimed Cribblets.

Career Points:

Opened for Billy Ocean in 2012

Organized and Orchestrated Leftfest (a fundraising festival for his album including 14 bands)

Is a Spotlight Artist at

Performed the MusicFest 'N Sugar Grove 4 Times (Doc Watson Fest)

Performed in 500 Songs for Kids in 2011, 2012

Opening Act for Pam Tillis at Don Gibson Theater

Performed Strange Daze Music Festival 2010

Performed 2011 Dogwood Festival at Piedmont Park

Song Featured in the 2011 Film "Busk!" (Out Winter 2011)

Tours Extensively around the United States

Performed for the Fayette Humane Society Benefit 2010

Performed in the 2010 Local Soul Festival

Performed in the 2011 Festival on Ponce

Performed at the Driven Music Conference 2011

Nominated for Best Americana Act for Georgia Music Awards 2012