Kelly Crisp and Ivan Howard have a relationship that lies beyond band mates. Forming in 2001 immediately after their marriage, the two found themselves in a sea of differences years later and decided to call it quits after their fourth album in 2008. Fortunately for their dedicated indie rock and folk fans the two discovered a whirlwind of beauty and remorse as they define their relationship not only as musicians but as friends after a tumultuous marriage.
Their latest release, Loud Planes Fly Low, show that Ivan and Kelly have evolved as musicians in the most candid manner. Exposing flaws and revealing realizations through romantic woes, vanishing keyboards, and haunting melodies.
Songs performed: "Second Bird of Paradise," "Cover Ears," and "Woods."
- The Rosebuds
- The Rosebuds perform in studio Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp started the Rosebuds shortly after they got married in 2001. Two EPs and two albums in hand, they dropped by the Current studios for their second appearance to talk with Mark Wheat and perform their southern-inspired pop songs.
- Rosebuds perform in studio Ivan Howard and Kelly Crisp started the Rosebuds shortly after they got married in 2001. Two EPs and one album in hand, they dropped by the Current studios with a full band to talk with Bill DeVille and perform a few of their southern-inspired pop songs.