Cracked Ice Video
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Cracked Ice Video
Cracked Ice: Let’s Have a KiKi
Our Video Focuses on the Client
Cracked Ice band focuses ts efforts on the client experience, and it shows. Over the years, ecstatic clients have shared cherished photos with us in gratitude for helping create a transcendent event — a wedding, anniversary, bar mitzvah, fundraiser or gala at the Museum of Natural History or Metropolitan Club. Cracked Ice never forgets that clients and guests are the stars.
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”
The Cracked Ice video below features what kind of experience you can expect — how good live music makes you feel. A Cracked Ice client generously shared photographs with us documenting how moved guests were by the live music of Cracked Ice. The music you hear in the video? Cracked Ice.
Celebrate the Celebrations
Cracked Ice musicians are heavy hitters — New York City area musicians who regularly perform on national television, on gold and platinum albums, and in sold-out concert and stadium tours. The musicians are consummate music industry insiders — the ringers who are called in whenever the music has to be perfection.
The Cracked Ice band frequently performs live music at star-studded events and works comfortably and confidentially with family foundations and wealthy patrons, ensuring their live music exceeds expectations. The video below offers you a sample of Cracked Ice music with client photos. The Cracked Ice video of a photos taken at a Cracked Ice event features what kind of experience you can expect — how alive good live music makes you feel.
Cracked Ice Video Captures the Joy
In the video below, Cracked Ice performs live at the Metropolitan Room in New York City, celebrating the release of its debut album “Soul Noir”. The album features original songs written and produced by Cracked Ice Founder and saxophonist extraordinaire Crispin Cioe. It also features the R&B hit cover “Sweet Feeling”, originally recorded by Candi Staton. Here, singer Susan Didrichsen slays the tune. Her rendition caught on with the shag dancing crowd in the beach music scene. The single soared into the Top Ten on the Myrtle Beach Charts. Inspired by “Susan Didrichsen’s vigorous, aching vocals”, Puntamayo World Music re-released the single in a compilation album.
“Here To Stay”
“Here To Stay” is from the debut album “Soul Noir” featuring Cracked Ice. Here, the cut from the debut album is performed live at the Metropolitan Room in NYC. Accompanied by Susan Didrichsen, Brent Carter sings lead vocal. Cracked Ice musicians include Cracked Ice Founder Crispin Cioe on sax, George Naha on guitar, Ivan Bodley on bass, Robin Gould on drums, and Ron Thompson on keyboards.