Craig Krampf

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Craig Krampf is an American musician and songwriter.

The majority of his notable credits are as a studio drummer. Since the 1970s, he has played on albums by other artists ranging from Steve Perry to Alabama to Kim Carnes to Flo and Eddie to Alice Cooper to Melissa Etheridge. He along with Perry were founding members of the short-lived rock group Alien Project.

As a songwriter, his biggest hit was with Steve Perry's "Oh Sherrie" (co-written with Perry, Randy Goodrum, and Bill Cuomo), which peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Besides "Oh Sherrie," Krampf co-wrote three other songs on Perry's Street Talk album, including "Strung Out", which made it to #40 on the Billboard Hot 100. He also co-wrote a song with Kim Carnes and Duane Hitchings—"I'll Be Here Where the Heart Is"—on the Grammy-winning Flashdance soundtrack.

As a producer, his most notable credit is for co-producing Melissa Etheridge's 1988 self-titled debut (along with Etheridge, Niko Bolas, and Kevin McCormick). Ashley Cleveland's "Big Town" (1991, Atlantic Records), did not attain the same degree of commercial success, but Billboard included it on their list of "ten most overlooked albums of the year"Billboard, January 11, 1992 Krampf also produced Disappear Fear's self-titled album (1994, Rounder Records).

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