Kerry Pastine and the Crime Scene is now infamous for their no-holds-barred, pedal-to-the-metal live shows and their reputation has landed
them on some of the best stages, shows and festivals throughout the US. From playing sweaty, sold-out clubs as a headliner,
to the coveted support slot for Brian Setzer's sold-out June 2017 Rockabilly Riot show at the Arvada Center, to sharing the
main stage at the Bohemian Nights New West Fest with The Steve Miller Band, the band is wowing audiences everywhere.
The Crime Scene is the "secret weapon" for every kind of festival or show. The band has elements of rockabilly, blues, classic rock and soul and has won over huge crowds of all genres and age groups. Their high-energy stage presence exudes fun, positivity and always gets everyone dancing.
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"The vintage tones swing and punch -- like Joan Jett backed by the Stray Cats." - Pandora
"These folks are nasty and fun my friends... Beware, judging from what I've been hearing, they will not be Denver's little secret for long." - Dan Aykroyd (aka Elwood Blues) - House of Blues Radio Hour
"Every song is an original and every one is a winner. Kerry and company leave the bigger names in the dust. Kerry Pastine is Wanda Jackson, Patsy Cline, Grace Slick and Ann Wilson all rolled into one." - Stubby's Music
Kerry Pastine has shared stages with:
Brian Setzer, The Steve Miller Band, The Record Company, Shakey Graves, The Blasters, Cracker, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Dick Dale, Dale Watson, James Hunter, Samantha Fish, Guy Forsyth, Earth Wind & Fire, Marcia Ball, Bob Margolin & many more.
Kerry Pastine and the Crime scene takes pride in professionalism and always looking their best. The band is always on time, dressed up and ready to put on a show. View past tour dates on BandsInTown.com.
"Steppin' Out" live at the Bluebird Theater
"I Don't Want Love" filmed at the Arvada Center with Brian Setzer
"Follow Me" filmed at the Bohemian Nights festival before the Steve Miller Band
"Let's Do This Thing" filmed at Denver's ultra-hip Ophelia's Electric Soapbox
"Play the Rush" live at Syntax Physic Opera
The Crime Scene never shies away from the camera. Always dressed-to-the-nines, the band has set a standard for style, class and fashion. Jump over to Flickr to check the full set of high-resolution photos and logos.
The Crime Scene always travels light (small/light amps + 3 piece drum kit) and uses a self-contained in-ear monitor system/rack, so set-up and tear-down is a breeze,
stage volume is low, and the band takes care of the monitor mix (no stage monitors!). Super fast, super simple. The in-ear rack has tails (snakes provided by the band)
and feeds the front-of-house 8 clean mic signals, so the FOH engineer is free to mix the room. Contact Paul with any questions: pshellooe(at)gmail.com and/or 303-931-3352.
Stage Plot and Input List (1MB PDF)
In-Ear Aux Send Mix Guide (2.5MB PDF) (Only needed when the band's rack cannot be used)
Show Introduction Audio (3.5MB MP3)
The Crime Scene wants to hear from you! The core message and approach of the band is spreading love through music and human connections. Relationships are the reason that we do what we do. Feel free to pick up the phone and get in touch. Email and text work too: TheCrimeSceneBand(at)gmail.com or call/text at 720-220-9825. Let's talk!