July 24, 2014

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EXCLUSIVE: The Fab Four of "The Craze" Sing Tony-Nominated Songs From One Man, Two Guvnors

Charlie Rosen, Austin Moorhead, Jason Rabinowitz and Jacob Colin Cohen comprise The Craze, the onstage "skiffle" band that pumps out Grant Olding's rhythmic Tony Award-nominated Best Score in Broadway's One Man, Two Guvnors. Made popular starting in late-1950s Britain by musicians such as Lonnie Donegan, skiffle was a music of the people grab a beat-up old guitar and a washboard and you were on your way to starting your own group. The Craze boys, prior to a recent performance at Broadway's Music Box, gave Playbill a sampling of two rockabilly-inflected numbers, "Just My Luck" and "Brighton Line." For more on the band and the original cast recording, click here.

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