Album review: The Black Crowes, Amorica (1994)

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, NOV. 10, 1994 By Steve Newton You know there are too many crows in the backyard when premier music-trade mag Billboard, in its October 15 issue, runs a promo shot of the Black Crowes and mistakenly calls it a picture of Counting Crows. Although both bands are similar in … Continue reading Album review: The Black Crowes, Amorica (1994)

Album review: The Black Crowes, The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion (1992)

  ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, JUNE 11, 1992 By Steve Newton Few rock ’n’ roll bands have managed to cause as big a stir with their debut album as the Black Crowes did with Shake Your Moneymaker in 1990. It took a while to “work” the album, as record reps say, but once … Continue reading Album review: The Black Crowes, The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion (1992)

The Black Crowes are from Atlanta, but Chris Robinson never cared for southern rock

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE GEORGIA STRAIGHT, AUG. 9, 1990 By Steve Newton Chris Robinson, of Atlanta, Georgia, was nine years old when southern-rock heroes Lynyrd Skynyrd recorded the historic live album One More from the Road at that city's Fox Theatre. Robinson was a little young for concerts at the time, but even if he'd … Continue reading The Black Crowes are from Atlanta, but Chris Robinson never cared for southern rock