’20 Years of Tall Tales’ is the title of the web series The Black Crowes will roll out starting Tuesday (August 3), which is the street date for their first-ever double album of all-acoustic material with new arrangements of their best-loved songs and deep cuts called ‘Croweology’.
In a wide-ranging and freewheeling interview marking the 20th anniversary of their landmark multi-platinum debut, 1990’s ‘Shake Your Moneymaker’, frontman Chris Robinson talks about where the band have been and where they are now.
Throughout the month of August, the band will release one webisode per day via their website, blackcrowes.com, featuring the band’s highs and lows, the controversies, arrests, feuds and more. ’20 Years of Tall Tales’ was directed and produced by John Vanover and filmed earlier this month at Robinson’s Los Angeles home.
Black Crowes performed an Easter Sunday Concert on March 27th at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Check out pictures from WireImage.
The Black Crowes performed in concert at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Tuesday (March 22). Check out pictures from RexFeatures.
Billboard.com reports Black Crowes frontman Chris Robinson has signed with Best Buy-affiliated Redline Entertainment and is working on his solo debut album, ‘New Earth Mud.’ The album is tentatively due later this year, though ahead of that he’ll be testing out his material with 10 North American tour stops next month beginning August 15th in Seattle.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Dave Tianen reviewed the Black Crowes show at the Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee Saturday night calling the show, “almost as exciting and compelling as their new album [Lions].” The full story at jsonline.com has since been removed.
WireImage.com has 5 pictures of the Black Crowes from their performance at Bumbershoot Satuday night in Seattle. Check them out here.