Founding member, guitarist, and songwriter of the highly regarded southern rock band, The Black Crowes, Rich Robinson launched his music career at the early age of seventeen and has not looked back since. After selling more than seven million copies of their debut album, "Shake Your Money Maker," Robinson and the Black Crowes began producing successful album after successful album--three of which have gone platinum. However, after twenty-four years together, this past January the band decided it was time to call it quits. Since then, Robinson has embarked on his own solo career and tour.
This tour will feature a more acoustic side of Robinson that he did not showcase as much with The Black Crowes. Performing music from his three solo albums: "The Ceaseless Sight," "Through a Crooked Sun," and "Paper;" as well as covering pieces from artists such as Bob Dylan, Buffalo Springfield, and other folk and blues musicians, Robinson aims to deliver a stripped-down and raw show. He enjoys "the simplicity of doing acoustic shows where [he] can break a song down to its purest form."
Entering the tour with this mindset, Robinson seeks to bring to life the "beautiful melodies and harmonies, creative guitar work, fitting instrumentation and, most of all, excellent songwriting" that his music has been described as. His music successfully integrates roots-rock with a hint of electric-blues, southern-rock, and psychedelic-country. The show is sure to be one-of-a-kind and worth seeing. He visits the Queen on August 4th. Get your tickets