Chicago's Own Alternative Country!

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Meet The Band

Brandon Williams Lead Vocals/Guitar

Brandon started writing songs in his early high school years after growing up with roots from Del City/Choctaw Oklahoma listening to local band "Low Water Crossing". LWC was Brandon's fathers long time friends band in OK that played along side some of the original red dirt bands such as "Cross Canadian Ragweed. After high school was finished, he decided that's what he wanted to do for a living. Creating the project Six String Crossing was
the perfect outlet to push his writing, performing, and vocal style. Writing music that is original, relatable & fun with keeping traditional along with newer country styles is what makes him stand out in the area. Whether singing originals or all of your favorite country covers, you won't get another true country vocal performance like this in the area.


Tommy Gleason  

Tommy currently resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He first picked up a six string when he was nine years old and his been pickin' & grinin' ever since. He has musical roots in the country music scene where his father, Tom Gleason Sr. played lead guitar for Wisconsin's very own "High Country Band." Other musical influences include Tommy's mother, grandfather and uncle, who have all been musicians for quite some time. I suppose Brad Paisley, Brent Mason, Eric Clapton and SRV helped influence too. Besides pursuing music, Tommy is continuing with plus-size modeling and engineering careers so he can buy kids cigarettes and pay off student loans.

Comet Hunter Lead/Rhythm Guitar
Comet Hunter is from London, Ontario Canada.  When Comet is not on the road with Six String Crossing he owns and operates an underground fight club in the basement of a Waffle House
in Nashville, Tennessee.  The password is “thicker than a snicker”.




Matt Marvic

Matt Marvic Drums

Since the age of 16, Marvic has been a drumming staple for bands in and around the Chicago area.  Known for his impeccable time and infectious grooves, Marvic is the engine and backbone of every band he performs with.  His hard work ethic is motivating to others around him, and his versatility and "less-is-more" approach to drumming allows him to master the beats of every genre.  Whether on the stage or in the studio, Marvic's performance is consistent and solid.