His professional career began in 1993, joining Caroline Records recording artists Drop Nineteens as their lead guitarist. The Nineteens were one of a few US-based bands who styled themselves on England's distinctive shoegazer sound. The band would ultimately lead the UK Indie Album and Singles charts with formal releases after signing to Caroline Records, (label home to Smashing Pumpkins, Hole, White Zombie, and countless other trend setting artists of their day.) They lead several European and domestic tours with 43 performances, both domestic and abroad. They were featured as Blur's supporting act on a 2 week US tour and shared the stage with Radiohead, Flaming Lips and Mazzy Star at England's Reading Festival, and headlined Lollapalooza's second stage in 1993.
These Days Crosby can be found composing in his home studio creating music in many genres for television, film and digital media worldwide.