Chris Robinson, the lead singer of blues rock legends The Black
Crowes, wasted little time finding a new gig when the band went on
hiatus following a six-night run in San Francisco at The Fillmore in
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will be in town Tuesday night to play a
gig at Harlow’s.
It will be the eighth night of a whirlwind 33-show spring tour of
California that started last week.
Joining Mr. Robinson in The Brotherhood are Neal Casal (Ryan Adams) on
guitar, Adam MacDougall (Black Crowes) on keys, George Sluppick
(Robert Walter’s 20th Congress, JJ Grey and Mofro) on drums and Mark
"Muddy" Dutton (Burning Tree) on bass.
The band’s sparse website features a couple of drawings, the tour
dates and a note from the lead singer.
"We’ll be playing a bunch of new songs I have been working on and will
be digging deep into what is happening at that musical moment. There
will be old stuff that I’ve done and a handful of covers that just
feel right. Please come with your good vibes, feel free to trip along
with the bouncing ball or just float away. Remember we all want great
We certainly do, and I fully expect one on Tuesday.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood will be playing at Harlow’s on April 5 at 9:00 PM.
Tickets are $15.00.
See you on the dance floor.