Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, Colorado
Are you ready for the epic comeback of The Black Crowes to the concert scene? Well, you better be prepared because the iconic rock band is all geared up to bring you one of the most memorable concerts this spring. Bask in the greatness of their music this April 8 at the Fillmore Auditorium for an evening of hard rock that will make you scream in excitement. Catch the Robinson brothers, Chris and Rich, together with Sven Pipien and new members Nico Bereciartua (lead guitar), Cully Symington (drums), and Erik Deutsch (keyboards). After fifteen years of not releasing new music, The Black Crowes is back in the music scene with their latest album, "Happiness Bastards" — and you can expect that they will perform their newest songs, along with their signature hits, including "I Ain't Hiding," "Remedy," "Hard to Handle," and "She Talks to Angels," among many others. This concert is perfect for all die-hard fans who want to see the band back on the stage! Get your tickets now and be one of the lucky fans to hear their latest songs performed live! The "Get Tickets" link is waiting for you. Click it now to reserve yours.
It is always a great time when beloved bands come back to reign the scene once again. This is especially true when it is a legendary band that made waves for years and became an important part of the evolution of a genre. This year, a band that has brought long-lasting energy to rock is coming back to shake the scene once again after their 15-year hiatus. The Black Crowe is the name, and you know that they are never forgotten.
After 15 years of rest, The Black Crowe will be releasing an album entitled "Happiness Bastards." But before this record brings them back to prominence, people need a refresher on their stellar discography.
Going back to 1990, they caught the world's attention with their debut "Shake Your Money Maker," which contained their breakout success "Hard to Handle." Their sophomore "The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion" then topped the charts in 1992, solidifying their career. Three more albums maintained their performance on the charts. "Amorica" (1994) stunned with its laidback style, which was complimented by "Three Snakes and One Charm" (1996). "By Your Side" (1999) followed and sealed their 90s domination.
They started the 2000s with a Led Zeppelin-inspired album, which came out in 2001. "Lions," the title of the album, was a collaboration with Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, hence the similar sounds. This unexpected work together pleased listeners, and their songs received widespread airplay. Their next addition to their discography "Warpaint" (2008) reached higher than the last one. They ended the 2000s with "Before the Frost...Until the Freeze" (2009), an album that received critical acclaim. The magazine Paste commented on its mastery; one of their critics said that the album "captures the best aspects of one of rock's finest eras." The album is known for having two modes of release: CD and downloads. The 11 songs under "Before the Frost" were released through CDs. These CDs contained codes for the nine songs of "Until the Freeze."
After putting out one of their best songs, they went on a hiatus. Their comeback is set this year. Mark your calendars as the days come closer to the "Happiness Bastards" release.
If you want a full-blown celebration of their comeback, see them on their tour. Catch them at the Fillmore Auditorium on April 8.