Croy & the Boys Keep It Real

Bad Boy Croy is back with a new album

Try Hard Coffee’s limited vinyl edition of “What Good’s The Medicine” is available for preorder

Austin honky-tonkers Croy and the Boys brought their unique blend of Cajun, “East Austin garage rock,” and indie Americana sounds to Studio 1A ahead of the release of their newest record What Good’s The Medicine on August 11 via Spaceflight Records.

Croy and the Boys make music for those among us who enjoy the simpler things in life, like PB&Js and cheap beer. Originally from Ohio, Corey Baum (Bad Boy Croy) moved to Texas with a wing and a prayer and eventually became the class-conscious cowboy we know and love today. Now his mission is to remind us all that through the ups and downs of life, there’s always a path forward.

Check out their Studio 1A performance in its entirety below.

Check out Croy and the Boys’ upcoming tour dates:

Aug. 11 / “What Good’s the Medicine” album release at Sagebrush @ 7:00 p.m. / Austin, TX

Aug. 19 / Dan Electro’s Guitar Bar @ 9:00 p.m. / Houston, TX

Aug. 26 / The White Horse @ 10:00 p.m. / Austin, TX

Sept. 15 / The White Horse @ 10:00 p.m. / Austin, TX


Set List: “I Know About No Money” / “I Get By” / “Better Man”

Album: What Good’s The Medicine (Spaceflight Records)

Musicians: Bad Boy Croy – vocals, guitar; Amy Hawthorne – bass; Casey Seymour – drums; Joe Cornetti – accordion, keys

Credits: Producer: Deidre Gott, Production Assistant: Confucius Jones; Audio Engineer: Jake Perlman; Rene Chavez; Audio Mix: Jake Perlman; Cameras: Michael Minasi, Renee Dominguez, Amaya Austin; Edit: Patricia Lim; Host: Confucius Jones

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