The Black Crows are getting back together! After years of bad blood between Chris and brother Rich Robinson, this hard rocking group that first came together in Georgia and went on to release one of the most successful debut albums ever, is hitting the road in 2020.
The Black Crows will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1990 breakthrough album with a massive North American tour. The group will hit the road together for the first time in years on June 17, 2020, with an opening performance in Texas. There are currently 46 dates on their schedule, one that will take them from coast to coast to start the summer of 2020.

I've seen many bands I consider to be brilliant on-stage performers in my time. Groups like Rage Against the Machine (also getting back together in 2020), The Smashing Pumpkins, Korn, The Killers, Metallica, Van Halen...the list goes on and on. The Black Crows are right up there as well; what you hear on their albums, is exactly what you get.

I own every one of their albums, and have seen the Black Crows three times live, so naturally, I was as bummed as any when the feuding caused the breakup several years ago. This is a band that knows how to play music together.

"Twice As Hard," "Jealous Again," Hard To Handle," and "She Talks To Angels," were all amazing efforts that graced their 1990 album, "Shake Your Money Maker." For those in southern Idaho that would like to check them out live next year, they are playing dates in Utah and Las Vegas next September.