Voted the “Best New American Band” in 1990 according to “Rolling Stone,” The Black Crowes are a rock and roll band originating from Atlanta, GA. Getting their start in 1989, the band remained active until 2002, at which point they took a brief hiatus before returning in 2005. Since 1990, the band has produced 12 albums, toured 17 times, and sold more than 20 million albums. Their most recent tour, “Stuck Inside Utopia Tour,” took place in 2009. The band was also listed at #92 on the “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock” list, according to “VH1.”

Recently The Black Crowes’ Web site revealed that the band had recorded a new album, though a release date was not provided. Their most recent album, the band’s eighth, was “Before the Frost,” which was released in August of 2009.

Adam Sandler, Guns N’ Roses Shows Lead Wednesday Onsales
Adam Sandler’s stand-up tour and Guns N’ Roses’ show in Ireland are some of the tickets going on sale Wednesday. Four of Sandler’s shows next year will go on presale Wednesday, including the comedian’s stops in Hollywood and Atlantic City. Sandler’s role as a sleazy jeweler in Uncut Gems... Read more
DaBaby, Black Crowes Shows Headline Tuesday Onsales
DaBaby and the Black Crowes are among artists with live shows on sale Tuesday. DaBaby is coming off an explosive 2019 and will begin 2020 by headlining Hampton, Virginia’s Big Jam in February. DaBaby performed on SNL last weekend and his most recent single “BOP” has 94 million YouTube... Read more
The Black Crowes Announce Special Guests For NYC Shows
Summary by Michael Mainelli, TicketNews Staff The Black Crowes will be playing four concerts at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, on October 18-19, and 21-22. They have just announced who will be joining them for the shows, and fans seem to be very excited. Justin Townes... Read more
Peach Music Festival 2013; Allman Bros, Ratdog, Black Crowes
The initial lineup of performers has been announced for the Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. Both the Allman Brothers Band and Bob Weir & Ratdog will perform two nights, with Grace Potter & the Nocturnals, Railroad Earth, and Galactic also on the bill. More artists will also be... Read more
This year marks the 20th anniversary of “Shake Your Money Maker,” the commercial hit and debut effort by The Black Crowes. But the veteran band’s celebration of that milestone will be bittersweet. Co-founded by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, the Crowes plan to begin an indefinite hiatus after releasing... Read more
The Black Crowes have doubled the amount of time they’ll spend on the road later this year with the announcement of a 29-date extension for the upcoming Stuck Inside Utopia Tour. The second tour leg picks up October 4 at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, SC, and... Read more
Hard rock veterans The Black Crowes have announced the first leg of dates for their Stuck Inside Utopia Tour. The first block of the band’s jaunt will focus on East Coast markets, and includes nearly 30 dates in both the U.S. and Canada. The trek kicks off August 25... Read more
Today’s recap includes festival updates, tour announcements, concert cancellations and more as compiled by TicketNews on April 24, 2009. Iconic singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has announced plans for his latest Ballpark Tour. With support from Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp, the so-called Bob Dylan Show will hit minor league ballparks... Read more
Widespread Panic, The Black Crowes, The Black Keys and The Avett Brothers are the featured performers at the eighth annual Forecastle Festival, held July 10-12 at the Riverfront Belvedere in Louisville, KY. Widespread Panic will perform for two of the three nights, one of only three festival appearances this... Read more
Today’s recap includes festival news, concert announcements, ticket fiascos and more, as compiled by TicketNews on February 3, 2009. The long-anticipated lineup for Bonnaroo 2009 has been unveiled with Bruce Springsteen, Phish, the Beastie Boys and Nine Inch Nails leading the way as headliners. Dozens of additional performers for... Read more