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The Black Crowes Announce Fall Tour Dates

Photo Credit: Ross HalfinThe Black Crowes have announced a new leg of U.S. dates for their “Lay Down With Number 13” tour, September 5-December 14, encompassing headline dates and festival/special event shows (see the itinerary below). This news comes as the band is gearing up for their co-headlining tour with theTedeschi Trucks Band which runs July 19 in Nashville, TN through August 15 in Rochester Hills, MI.

 

The band’s “Lay Down With Number 13” tour–ending a two-year hiatus–kicked off March 24 with five sold-out U.K. shows. They’ve been flying high since in theU.S. and in Europe, where they performed June 18 to July 6, including headlining shows, festivals and two stadium concerts with Bruce Springsteen.

 

As always, he Black Crowes –Chris Robinson (lead vocals, guitar), Rich Robinson (guitar, vocals), Steve Gorman (drums), Sven Pipien (bass), Adam MacDougall (keyboards) and new member Jackie Greene (guitar, vocals)–reach deep inside their songbook and extensive catalog. They perform greatly varied set lists and establish a deep, magical bond with their audiences.

 

The Black Crowes have sold over 35 million albums and are known as one of rock’s best live acts.  These powerful performances are captured on their latest release WISER FOR THE TIME, a four-sided vinyl collection and double album digital download (Silver Arrow/Megaforce Records).

 

Here’s a sampling of the critical praise THE BLACK CROWES are generating in 2013:

 

“The band brought its A-game…the instrumentals were dynamic and concise… [Chris Robinson’s] expressive voice can still do plenty of heavy-lifting…They sounded lean and tight and in fighting shape…The middle of the show included some wild instrumental odysseys. None was more visceral and transcendent than during ‘Thorn in My Pride,’ one of several highlights. The others: the fusion of ‘Hard to Handle’ with ‘Hush’ the Billy Joe Royal song made famous by Deep Purple; ‘Soul Singing’; and ‘She Talks to Angels.’”

 

Thu     9/5       Cooperstown, NY    Ommegang Brewery
Sat      9/7       Arrington, VA          Interlocken Festival
Sun     9/8       Arrington, VA          Interlocken Festival
Tues   9/10     Birmingham, AL      Iron City
Wed    9/11     Fayetteville, AR      Arkansas Music Pavilion
Fri       9/13    Telluride, CO           Telluride Blues & Brews
Sun    9/15     Salt Lake City, UT    Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre
Sun    9/22     Madison, WI             Orpheum Theatre
Tue     9/24    Huntsville, AL           Mark C. Smith Concert Hall @ Von Braun Center
Wed    9/25    Jackson, MS             Thalia Maria Hall
Fri       9/27    Thackerville, OK       Winstar Casino
Sat      9/28    Austin, TX                 ACL Live @ The Moody Theater
Tue     10/1    New Orleans, LA      Civic Theatre – New Orleans
Wed    10/2    New Orleans, LA      Civic Theatre – New Orleans
Sat      10/5    St. Augustine, FL     St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Mon    11/11   Boulder, CO              Boulder Theater
Wed    11/13  Denver, CO               Ogden Theatre
Fri       11/15  Denver, CO               Ogden Theatre
Sat      11/16  Denver, CO               Ogden Theatre
Tue     11/19  Friant, CA                  Table Mountain Casino
Wed    11/20  Los Angeles, CA       The Wiltern
Fri       11/22  Los Angeles, CA       The Wiltern
Sat      11/23  Los Angeles, CA       The Wiltern
Fri       12/6    Portland, OR             Schnitzer Hall
Sat      12/7    Seattle, WA               Paramount Theatre
Tue     1210   Bakersfield, CA         Majestic Fox Theater
Wed    12/11  San Diego, CA          Avalon San Diego
Fri       12/13  Las Vegas, NV         The Joint @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sat      12/14  San Francisco, CA   Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

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