Chris Robinson has songs he wants to sing. As frontman for The Black Crowes -- one of the most prolific and celebrated rock 'n' roll bands of its generation -- he co-wrote classics like "Jealous Again," "Remedy," "She Talks To Angels," "Twice As Hard" and "Sometimes Salvation." With a desire to breathe new life into this storied repertoire, Robinson has gathered five musicians whose musical journeys intertwine with The Black Crowes, including guitarists Marcus King and Audley Freed, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, bassist Andy Hess and drummer Tony Leone. Appropriately calling the band As The Crow Flies, they'll perform shows consisting of music from throughout Robinson's history at a handful of select U.S. dates in Spring 2018, while in-between tours with his primary outfit, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood.
"Spring will be sprung and the songs will be sung. This crow will fly high with old friends and new. Bring on, bring on! I can't wait to hit the stage with some rock 'n' roll for the ages," says Robinson. "It's been five years since I've had the privilege of singing these songs and with Audley Freed, Marcus King, Andy Hess, Adam McDougall and Tony Leone all onboard, a soulful rockin' funky good time is guaranteed!"