Anthony moved to Los Angeles and has been actively performing with notable artists such as Erykah Badu, Peabo Bryson, Jeff Lorber, Dave Weckl, Everette Harp, Frank McComb, gospel legend Andrae Crouch, Karen Briggs, Virgil Donati, guitar legend Allan Holdsworth, Eric Marienthal and has released his solo CD titled “Urban Jazz” available November 9th, 2010. Soon after the release of Anthony Crawford's solo album, he was featured on the front page of “Top 40 Charts” alone with Stevie Wonder and the MTV Movie Awards. Anthony Crawford was also invited to perform at the 2011 Emmy Awards show. In the following months, Anthony joined the Allan Holdsworth band alone with Virgil Donati. Soon after, Anthony was touring with Allan Holdsworth for the European Chapter 2 tour in which Anthony was performing in front of hundreds of people across Europe. After the Allan Holdsworth tour, Anthony teamed up with his long time friend and producer Jonathan Richmond, who has produced hit albums for artists such as Angie Stone, Eric Benet and Anthony Hamilton and together they collaborated on writing music for Anthony's sophomore album, Urban Jazz – My Story. Through this album, Anthony continued his urban jazz trademark sound. The album also featured artists such as Eric Darius, Frank McComb and legendary drummer, Dave Weckl. Anthony's songwriting credits also earned him song placements on music for VH1 behind the music with Mary J Blige and has also produced music for Epic recording artist Aaron Sky. Through his album releases, Anthony has been featured in countless magazine and press articles around the world including Rolling Stone Magazine, Bass Player Magazine in Japan, Bass Musician Magazine, Bass Quarterly Magazine in Europe and Basista Magazine in Poland. Anthony Crawford is also recognized as “Most Popular Player” on No Treble.com in their “Player Spotlight Section”. Anthony Crawford is a notable up and coming bassist inspiring generations to come with his unprecedented, eclectic musical talents.