Brothers Of A Feather: An Acoustic Evening with Chris And Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes at The Chapel in San Francisco

BROTHERS OF A FEATHER, AN ACOUSTIC EVENING WITH CHRIS AND RICH ROBINSON OF THE BLACK CROWES

PROMOTIONAL RUN AT INTIMATE CLUBS COINCIDE WITH THE 30-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE BAND’S SEMINAL DEBUT ALBUM, SHAKE YOUR MONEY MAKER 

SHOWS OFFER OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR STRIPPED DOWN VERSIONS OF SONGS FROM THE BLACK CROWES’ ILLUSTRIOUS CATALOGUE AHEAD OF THEIR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED WORLD TOUR

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Friday, March 6

The Chapel

San Francisco, CA

Tickets On Sale Today, February 10th at 12pm at LiveNation.com

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San Francisco, CA (February 10, 2020) – Under the moniker Brothers Of A Feather, The Black Crowes, Chris and Rich Robinson, announce today a rare opportunity to see them perform stripped down versions of some of their classic songs. The intimate outing kicks off in London, UK on February 12th at the Omeara, with a final show of the run taking place at The Chapel in San Francisco on Friday, March 6th. Limited tickets for these intimate performances go on sale today at noon. To purchase tickets please click here.

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This promotional run coincides with the 30-year anniversary of the release of the band’s quintuple platinum debut album, Shake Your Money Maker which was released on February 13, 1990. The band will be celebrating the release of that album with a sprawling 47-date tour this summer, playing the album in its entirety as well as all of the other hits that have made the band one of the best loved, and most enduring, in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. See them at Concord Pavilion in Concord, CA on Tuesday, September 8th and at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA on Wednesday, September 9th. Tickets for both dates are on sale now at LiveNation.com.

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All of this celebration may come as a surprise to fans who know the Robinson brothers were estranged for most of the 2010’s. Howard Stern was the first to reveal the unlikely reunion of brothers. “I’d believe Jesus would be back before my guests today,” Stern joked on air. The brothers proved they were better than ever with a candid interview and staggering full band performances of fan favorites “Hard To Handle” “Jealous Again” and “She Talks To Angels.”
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Fans and critics got a taste of what’s to come when The Black Crowes launched a pair of surprise sold-out underplays, one at NY’s Bowery Ballroom and the other at LA’s Troubadour, to rave reviews:
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“The Black Crowes ripped through their debut album…rousing…rambunctious.” – Rolling Stone
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“The Black Crowes blaze through scorching set at Troubadour.” – Billboard
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“The Black Crowes made a rollicking return last night at New York’s Bowery Ballroom.” -Variety
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“A hell of a rock and roll party.” – Forbes
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In 1990, when journalists were lamenting the death of rock, as cheesy pop and hair metal dominated the charts, Atlanta’s Black Crowes gave the genre a swift and much needed kick in the ass with Shake Your Money Maker. Fueled by singles “Jealous Again,” “Twice As Hard,” “She Talks To Angels,” and the break-through cover of Otis Redding’s “Hard To Handle,” the band immediately took the rock world by storm, topping Rolling Stone’s “Best New American Band Readers Poll” in late 1990.
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The Black Crowes went on to release eight studio and four live albums, selling in the tens of millions along the way; they sold out shows around the world; had legendary guitarist Jimmy Page join as a member; got kicked off a tour with ZZ Top for insulting the sponsor; got screwed by bad record deals; got married and divorced, fought amongst themselves and against the rest of the world. In other words, they’ve done everything a legendary rock group should do. 2020’s massive reunion and tour produced by Live Nation is sure to further cement the band’s legacy as one of the best and most loved rock bands of all time. For tour dates, tickets and more info visit here.
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Follow The Black Crowes:
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Instagram: @theblackcrowes
Twitter: @theblackcrowes
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