Crow is a veteran blues rock band with a number of personnel changes over the years that became famous during the late 1960s. They are best known for the dark and brooding Top 20 smash, "Evil Woman Don't Play Your Games With Me" (1969).
Formed in 1967 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota and first known as South 40, the original hitmaking lineup consisted of Denny Craswell (drums), Dave "Kink" Middlemist (keyboards), Dick Wiegand (guitar), Larry Wiegand (bass), and lead singer David Wagner. After disbanding in 1972, Crow reunited in 1980 for a short time then reformed in 1988 on a more permanent basis, giving concerts all over the U.S. Crow was inducted into the Minnesota Rock/Country Hall of Fame in 2005 and the Iowa Rock & Roll Music Hall of Fame in 2009.
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- Evil Woman Don't Play Your Games With Me 1969
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