With voices blended in lovely harmonies and a passionate approach to musical performance, Crowes Pasture evokes memories of classic folk duos like Ian & Sylvia, while simultaneously staking out creative new ground as part of the 21st century folk scene in New England. ”

— Nick Noble, host of "The Folk Revival" on WICN, Worcester, MA

Crowes Pasture is nominated for "Roots Act of the Year" in the New England Music Awards!  Click on the photo to go to the voting page.

Crowes Pasture is nominated for "Roots Act of the Year" in the New England Music Awards! Click on the photo to go to the voting page.

Crowes Pasture's new album "Slow It Down" debuted on the International Folk Charts in June 2019. In it's first month on the charts,  Crowes Pasture had  the #1 Song, #8 Song, #23 Song,  #5 Album, and were the #8 Top Artist of the Month!

Crowes Pasture's new album "Slow It Down" debuted on the International Folk Charts in June 2019. In it's first month on the charts, Crowes Pasture had the #1 Song, #8 Song, #23 Song, #5 Album, and were the #8 Top Artist of the Month!

About Crowes Pasture

Hidden away on the north side of Cape Cod at the edge of the Bay, is a salt marsh known as Crowes Pasture, where the ocean tides recede twice a day to reveal intricate patterns on the shifting sands. To Monique and Andy, this recurring cycle of creation and discovery evokes their own musical journey.  The duo performs original music and eye-opening covers that reflect a mutual passion, sense of discovery and celebration of life. Their tightly blended vocal harmonies are mixed with an expressive instrumental style that is best described as a banjo-guitar romance. Crowes Pasture’s style of escapist folk transports and connects listeners through universal experiences in their “skillfully crafted, emotional songwriting”. (Chris Eastburn, award-winning composer) 

In just four years time, Crowes Pasture has quickly been making waves with two EPs, two full-length albums, and their single, “Hazy Shade of Winter” (Paul Simon), under their belt. They have been featured on the Joe Val Bluegrass Festival Showcase Stage for four  years running, performed at Club Passim’s Campfire Festival, and were finalists in the 2019 & 2018 Connecticut Folk Festival Competition. Their music has achieved airplay on over 70 stations nationwide and they’ve been featured on radio shows as far and wide as Tufts Freeform Radio in Boston to the national podcast, Sundilla Radio Hour. 

**Crowes Pasture is available as a trio with a fiddler for select shows

Live Performance

Awards & Recognition