Welcome to Croces.com Portal page, where you can see all things Croce’s.

For over four decades many of you have written to me wanting to know more about Jim Croce, A.J. Croce and me. You have asked about who the real “Leroy Brown” was, who Jim’s songs were for and about…you have wanted to know where A.J. is performing, or about why Croce’s left the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego and moved to Croce’s Park West in Banker’s Hill. Well this is the portal that will give you that information!

Please write to me. I love to hear from fans and look forward to hearing from you.

Warm Regards,
Ingrid Croce

Latest News & Blog Posts

“Hard Times be Over”

From 1971 to 1973, Jim played about 300 concerts a year and promoted his songs all over the United States and Europe.  By the Spring of 1973, Jim’s second album “Life and Times,” topped the charts and finally, he got a week off to come home and get to know A.J., his “little old man.” [...]

“Jim Croce dies at 30″ (1/10/43-9/20/73)

I remember when the phone rang very early that Friday morning, only 2 weeks after we’d moved to San Diego. I’d been dreaming a strange dream, all night long. About my son and my life and my work. In my dream, I was sitting at my potter’s wheel, a precious gift my husband had just [...]

Jim Croce on Hollywood Boulevard

When we were living in our little town of 37 people, in Lyndell, Pennsylvania, I had no idea just how “famous” Jim Croce had gotten. Certainly our bank account didn’t show it. I’ll never forget my first trip to L.A. when we went to the accountant’s fancy offices. I felt so out of place and [...]

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