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The Black Crowes are an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia, known for their classic rock-inspired sound, which blends elements of rock and roll, blues, and Southern rock. They achieved significant commercial success and critical acclaim, particularly in the early 1990s. Here’s an overview of their history, biggest hits, and career trajectory.

Formation and Early Success
The Black Crowes were formed in 1984 by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson. Initially called “Mr. Crowe’s Garden,” the band changed their name to The Black Crowes and released their debut album, “Shake Your Money Maker,” in 1990. The album was a major success, selling over 5 million copies in the United States and producing several hit singles. Among the standout tracks were:
– “Hard to Handle” (a cover of an Otis Redding song)
– “She Talks to Angels”
– “Jealous Again”
– “Twice as Hard”

Continued Success and Evolution
Their second album, “The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion,” released in 1992, continued the band’s success, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. This album had a more Southern rock and blues-oriented sound. Hits from this album include:
– “Remedy”
– “Thorn in My Pride”
– “Sting Me”

The Black Crowes’ third album, “Amorica,”released in 1994, garnered attention not just for its music but also for its controversial cover art. The album included hits like:
– “A Conspiracy”
– “High Head Blues”

Later Years and Hiatuses
The band continued to release albums throughout the 1990s, including “Three Snakes and One Charm” (1996) and “By Your Side” (1999). Despite ongoing success, The Black Crowes experienced internal tensions, leading to a hiatus in 2002. They reunited in 2005 and released the album “Warpaint” in 2008, which also saw positive reviews.

Their most recent studio album is “Before the Frost…Until the Freeze” (2009), showcasing their folk and Americana influences.

Recent Activity and Reunions
The Black Crowes have undergone several breakups and reunions, with significant changes in the band lineup. In 2013, the band announced another hiatus, and the Robinson brothers pursued individual projects. They reunited in 2019 to mark the 30th anniversary of their debut album and began touring again, focusing on their classic material.

The Black Crowes are considered a key part of the 1990s rock revival, with their style rooted in classic rock and blues traditions. They have been compared to bands like The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin, earning a dedicated fanbase and respect for their energetic live performances. Their music continues to influence newer rock bands, keeping their legacy alive.

The Black Crowes - Hard To Handle


Venue: Massey Hall and Scotia Bank Arena. Events in: 2024. .

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