Currently in the middle of an extensive summer tour, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood continue to prove themselves one of the hardest working bands in the country announcing another 33 headline U.S. shows in October and November. Criss-crossing "Freak America" performing two sets and three hours of music a night, The CRB begin at Higher Ground in Burlington followed by handful of dates in the Northeast.
Once again, paths to music, wonder, and joyful celebration converged in early July at the four-day High Sierra Music Festival in the small mountain town of Quincy, California, where the elevation is twice the number of the population. Headlined by Sturgill Simpson, The String Cheese Incident, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Grace Potter, George Porter Jr., Melvin Seals and more, this was the 28th High Sierra Fest. and the 20th at the county fairgrounds in Quincy.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood have announced ten shows in September 2018. They're added to a summer tour that already includes 32 performances across the U.S. The ten additional September dates occur primarily in the South, including The Joy Theater in New Orleans, White Oak Music Hall in Houston, and Scoot Inn in Austin, as well as, two West Coast dates at The Marquee Theatre in Tempe and House of Blues in Anaheim. Tickets go on-sale Friday, June 15 at 10am local.
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood have announced summer tour plans. Along with previously scheduled festival appearances at High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, CA and Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA, the band has added 20 shows that stretch across the U.S. in July and August, including The Fremont Theatre in San Luis Obispo, House of Blues in Cleveland and their now annual, summertime stop at The Stone Pony in Asbury Park. Tickets go on-sale Friday, April 20 at 10am local.
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 his own, including guitarists Marcus King and Audley Freed, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, bassist Andy Hess and drummer Tony Leone.
Just a few short weeks after the Chris Robinson Brotherhood's annual December three-night stand at The Fillmore in San Francisco, they'll set up shop once again in the Bay Area to ring in the New Year with three-nights, December 29, 30 and 31, at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael. Tickets go on-sale Monday, December 18, 10am PT at https://store.terrapincrossroads.net/tickets.