The history of Mike Morgan & the Crawl began in the late 80's when Mike teamed up with vocalist Darrell Nulisch. Blues was experiencing a strong resurgence then and the band quickly took off, becoming one of the Lone Stars premier blues acts. Nulisch's stint was short lived but Mike found the perfect replacement in Lee McBee, a fiery singer/harmonica player from Kansas City. Between Morgan's blistering guitar work and McBee's captivating stage presence it was only a matter of time before The Crawl would get their big break. That break came in 1990 when Black Top Records signed them to a deal resulting in a ten year, eight CD relationship.
Consistent touring, festival appearances and critically acclaimed releases accelerated the rise of Mike Morgan & the Crawl to the forefront of the national blues scene.
Stronger Every Day, Severn CD 0043
Live in Dallas, Severn CD 0026
Texas Man, Severn CD 0014
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, Like The Way You Work It, Black Top 1154
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, The Road, Black Top 1143
Mike Morgan & the Crawl (Compilation), Lowdown & Evil, Me & My Blues 703
Mike Morgan & the Crawl, Looky Here, Black Top 1132
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Jim Suhler, Let The Dogs Run, Black Top 1106
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, Ain't Worried No More, Black Top 1102
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, Full Moon Over Dallas, Black Top 1080
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, Mighty Fine Dancin', Black Top 1064
Mike Morgan & the Crawl w/Lee McBee, Raw & Ready, Black Top 1051