Crazy Town Reunite For Shows

Crazy Town will reunite for a performance at this year's SRH Fest.

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Los Angeles, California-based rap/rock outfit Crazy Town will reunite for a performance at this year's SRH Fest, set to take place on August 7, 2010 at the National Orange Show Pavilion in San Bernardino, California. This will mark Crazy Town's first appearance in over five years.

"We're excited to make SRH Fest our reunion show," commented Crazy Town's Shifty Shellshock. "This show is going feature a lot of bands that we respect and artists we're friends with. It will be a great way to introduce CRAZY TOWN back into the scene."

Spearheaded by Seth "Shifty Shellshock" Binzer and Bret "Epic" Mazur, Crazy Town combines hip-hop's lyrical attitude with a full rock band assault. This musical combination yielded the group a number one hit when "Butterfly" topped the Billboard Hot 100 and helped push the band's debut effort, "The Gift of Game", to platinum status. Most recently Crazy Town frontman Seth Brooks Binzer (a.k.a. Shifty Shellshock) garnered widespread attention for his appearances on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab" and "Sober House" reality shows.

The SRH Fest will also include performances by Kottonmouth Kings, Dirty Heads, Unwritten Law, (hed)pe, Authority Zero, Big B, Glasses Malone, Taintstick and Kutt Calhoun.

Thanks for the report to Blabbermouth.net.

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    mbigcitynight
    Honestly, Who wants to see crazy town. That guy has become to me just a vh1 rehab junkie, Im sure on the next season he'll show up becouse the cameras are rolling, Im sure when there on the bill they'll use them to soundcheck. Really do People like Crazy Town?
    SuicidalFreak
    mbigcitynight wrote: Really do People like Crazy Town?
    I sort of do. I'm familiar with their hit "Butterfly".
    Rimfrost
    Butterfly was pretty good, but only because it was based on one of John Frusciantes solos :p
    lpwjbklyn
    Isn't Crazy Town the only band worse than Limp Bizkit from that era of music?
    slaveskinJACKET
    Their only relevant contribution to music was just a ripoff of a section of a Chili Peppers song, and I believe that section was made up by John Frusciante and the Chili Peppers off the top of their heads (also, if I remember correctly, that was during Frusciante's audition for them).