Friday, July 9, 2021

The Black Crowes release Brothers Of A Feather concert film

The Black Crowes have joined forces with The Coda Collection to premiere “Brothers Of A Feather”, a new film celebrating the 2020 reunion of the Robinson brothers.

Band founders Chris and Rich Robinson can be seen in a March 6, 2020 performance as a duo at an intimate, sold-out concert from San Francisco, CA, where they delivered stripped-down arrangements of Crowes standards.

“Brothers Of A Feather” is now available to stream in full exclusively on The Coda Collection, where fans can also access three concert and studio performance programs.

“Live at Landgraaf 1990” showcases the group’s European debut on behalf of the release of their first album, “Shake Your Money Maker”; “Live at Landgraaf 1993” captures the outfit live in the Netherlands following the release of 1992’s “The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion”; and, 1996’s “Amsterdam Sessions” presents a performance filmed in a recording studio in Holland while showcasing highlights of their third and fourth LPs, 1994’s “Amorica” and 1996’s “Three Snakes And One Charm.”

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The Black Crowes will return to live action with rescheduled dates for their “Shake Your Money Maker” US tour set to begin in Nashville, TN on July 20, with shows running to the end of September.

With the success of the singles “Jealous Again”, “Hard To Handle” and “She Talks To Angels”, the album reached No. 4 on the US Billboard 200 on its way to sales of more than five million copies in the country.

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