Berklee Greenway Sessions continue with a performance by pop-rock band the Crosswalk Kings on August 17 at 6:00 p.m. on Milk Street at Atlantic Avenue. Berklee Greenway Sessions artists join local food trucks like Grilled Cheese Nation and Beantown Franks ‘n’ Spuds for free entertainment every Friday evening through August 24. Berklee Greenway Sessions is a part of Berklee Summer in the City presented by Natixis Global Asset Management. For more information on Berklee concerts in neighborhoods all over Boston this summer, visit berklee.edu/events/summer.
The Crosswalk Kings are a four-piece pop-rock band from Boston. They have been playing together since the fall of 2010 when they formed the band at Berklee. They have played out in Boston and Cambridge as well as recorded at Emerson Radio Station. The Crosswalk Kings have also been interviewed on Emerson's oldest radio station, WECB's "The Man Cave," and provided music for Nicker News' "Call a Friend" public service announcement. The band is looking forward to playing more shows in Boston and beyond.
Band Members include: Seneca Block (guitar, vocals); Jon Simmons (keyboard); Justin Rodzen (bass, guitar); and Roger Marks (drums).
Added by Berklee MR on July 3, 2012