A new video from The Storm Windows to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Bill Haley’s “Crazy Man, Crazy” being the first (arguably) rock and roll song to make the pop charts in June 1953

Written by The Storm Windows Personnel: Rob Mathews – vocals and acoustic guitar Don Mathews – vocals and upright bass Ilia Neverov – Electric Guitar Zamm Kenoby – Drums Manuel Trabucco – Saxophone Video by Emanuel Poric

From The Boot: “The Storm Windows milk the gentle groove of the folk-rock of their youth on “Sweet Amelia.” The song, which invokes classic jangle rock sounds, is an irresistible foot-tapper, even as the pair sing about an unattainable love. It’s sweet, nostalgic, sad, and catchy as hell: all the ingredients that make a perfect rock song. Rob and Don’s true blood harmonies give the tune a sense of depth and the feel of lived experience.”

See the review here: https://theboot.com/the-boot-weekly-picks-march-2-2023/

Cover Me Web Site gives a nice review of The Storm Windows’ single from our forthcoming album

The Storm Windows Release Latin/Jazz/Folk Version of Jefferson Airplane’s “Somebody to Love”

“The Storm Windows reinvent ‘Somebody to Love’ with their new Latin jazz-folk cover. The opening of the track is utterly unrecognizable, beginning with solo acoustic guitar, but quickly turning into a Latin jazz-folk groove, with Latin percussion and a smooth jazz saxophone.”