Crown Point is an alternative pop/rock band from Portland, OR.
Featuring two lead singers, Crown Point's music is noted for its harmonies, meaningful lyrics, and pop sensibility.
Formed in early 2010, the band has played events such as SXSW, Cornerstone, and the Alaska State Fair and toured in 40 states. The band completed a 2-month nationwide tour with Tyrone Wells and Andrew Belle in the fall of 2010 in support of their debut EP, Wolves, which features the single “Back To You”.
Crown Point's band members have played with acts such as Mat Kearney, Puddle Of Mudd, Augustana, Saliva, Russell Crowe, Josh Radin, The Exies, Hurt, Powerman 5000, and many more, and have played sold-out shows at venues such as Doug Fir (Portland), Soiled Dove (Denver), City Winery (New York), Schuba's (Chicago), and Eddie's Attic (Atlanta).
The band is committed to using their music for more than just entertainment. Its members have played benefit shows for organizations such as the American Red Cross, the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association, the March Of Dimes, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Forward Edge International, and more. In the wake of the 2010 Haiti disaster, the band was involved in benefit events that raised over $25,000 for disaster relief.
The Boise Weekly calls Crown Point's music "sweet alt/rock with a swirl of pop on top". With their debut EP, Wolves, produced by Jeff Johnson (Jet Black Stare, Faber Drive, Adelita's Way) and engineered by Chris Holmes (Korn, The Veer Union, Katy Perry, Simon Collins), the band is ready to allow you to draw your own conclusions.