Crack the Sky
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Crack the Sky is a 1970s band from Steubenville, Ohio (later adopted by Baltimore area radio) which released several minor-hit albums. Their self-titled debut garnered the "Album of the Year" award from Rolling Stone magazine. Unfortunately, Crack the Sky remained a regional phenomenon, especially in the Baltimore area. Since dissolving around 1980, lead singer John Palumbo has continued releasing albums under the "Crack the Sky" moniker. History 1970s
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