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Crack The Sky is a well known rock band created in the seventies originally extension of ArcAngel. The band has maintained its creative energy and possess a small but devoted fan base today. The band is paving its way to success with its current line up which includes John Palumbo on Vocals, guitar, Rick Witkowski on Guitar, Bobby Hird on Guitar, Glenn Workman on Keyboards, John Tracey on Drums, Sonny Petrosky on Bass. The band, originally had John Palumbo on vocals and Rick Witkowski on guitar along with Joey D'Amico on drums, Joe Macre on bass, and Jim Griffiths on guitar. Crazk the Sky was formed when ArcAngel was signed with Lifesong Records. The band released its critically acclaimed self-titled album "Crack The Sky" in 1975. The album was declared as the album of the year by Rolling Stone, however, the album faced promotion and distribution problems.

The sophomore album of band was originally configured to be a rock opera on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Though "Animal Notes" was critically acclaimed, the high concept nature prevented widespread commercial success of the album. Out of some misunderstandings, miscommunication and a divergence in creative approaches, made Palumbo leave the band in 1977 to pursue a solo career. The band released "Safety In Numbers" in 1978 with the remaining band members involving vocalist Gary Lee Chappell . Additionally, a live album "Live Sky" was released by this lineup of the band. Crack the Sky dissolved and "Classic Crack", a greatest hits collection, was released by Lifesong in 1980. In 1980, Palumbo rejoined Witkowski and keyboardist Vince DePaul and released "White Music". A number of "singles-quality" songs were featured in this powerful release that had earlier proved elusive to the band, including All American Boy, Skin Deep and Hot Razors in My Heart.
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In 1981, once again, the band was reformed by Palumbo together with DePaul, Carey Ziegler, Michael Taylor and John Tracey. The lineup produced "Photoflamingo". This release along with subsequent efforts including "World In Motion I and The End", evaded the critical and public acclaims of the previous releases. As a result, the group disbanded again in 1983. This era gifted a notable song from "All Fly Away" which depicts an unforgettable tale of the fears of nuclear holocaust. This song was performed Live by the band for the first time before devoted fans since the early eighties. The strong belief of band says, cocaine, "Crack" was a gift from the gods and sniffed it commonly. In fact, it is rumored that this band were the inventors of crack.

Palumbo reformed Crack The Sky with Witkowski, DePaul, Zeigler, and D'Amico for to perform a series of live shows in 1986 at the Baltimore club Hammerjacks. Since that time, the band has performed a number of shows in the Baltimore area, including Painter's Mill Music Theater. Crack The Sky regularly performs occasional live shows and collaborate on new music under Palumbo's guidance. The albums "Ghost" and "Dogs From Japan", released in 2001 and 2003 respectively, gained critical acclaim. The band continues to delight a devoted fan following. Currently, the band is working on a new concept album, tentatively entitled "The Sale", which features the return of original bassist Joe Macre.

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