Rich Robinson – 2014 Concert Schedule
Guitarist Rich Robinson first shot to fame during his time with the
Black Crowes. At just 15 years of age, Rich Robinson proved himself as a musician by writing one of the band's most popular
singles, "She Talks to Angels." This talented rocker subsequently embarked on a successful solo career, and now fans will
get to hear all of his hit songs performed live during his next concert tour. With songs like "Yesterday I Saw You," "Leave
It Alone," "When You Will," and "Falling Away," generations of Rich Robinson fans will get to listen to these songs and more.
When Rich Robinson comes to a venue near your city this year, you don't want to miss out on the show. To get your Rich Robinson
concert tickets, be sure to visit StubHub today.
About Rich Robinson
Rocker Rich Robinson got his start
in music at a young age, when he began playing with the Black Crowes in 1984. A few years later, the Black Crowes had started
to gain a following in their local area, and they happened to catch the attention of a producer when they were playing a show
in New York City. Shortly after, the band was signed to the Def American record label. The Black Crowes immediately went to
the studio to begin recording their debut album, "$hake Your Money Maker," which was later released in 1990. The Black Crowes'
debut album was a success, and was met with praise from critics and fans. With songs like "Twice As Hard" and "She Talks to
Angels," the band enjoyed a great deal of airplay and they were able to embark on a tour with ZZ Top and Aerosmith.
band returned to the studio and followed up with their 1992 release of "The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion." The album
was a huge success, and was backed by singles like "Remedy," "Thorn in My Pride," "Sting Me," and "Hotel Illness." In fact,
"Remedy" reached the top of the charts all over the world, and the band was able to tour extensively in support of this massively
successful album. The Black Crowes went on to release more records, including "Amorica," "Three Snakes and One Charm," "By
Your Side," and "Lions."
After the Black Crowes' hiatus in 2001, Rich Robinson would take his talents to other creative
endeavors. He formed a new band called Hookah Brown, comprised of Bill Dobrow on drums, John Hogg on bass, vocals, guitar,
and keyboards, and Fionn O Lochlainn on bass, guitar, vocals, and electric piano. A few years after his stint with Hookah
Brown, Rich Robinson decided to begin his solo career. He went on to release his solo debut album, "Paper," which included
tracks like "Yesterday I Saw You," "Leave It Alone," "When You Will," and "Falling Away." In addition to his solo work, Robinson
also performed in a documentary called "The People Speak," and he worked with Patti Smith on her album, "Twelve."
Robinson's Breakthrough Album
During his time with the Black Crowes, Rich Robinson and the band experienced great success
with the release of their album, "Shake Your Money Maker," which hit the number 4 position on the Billboard 200, with its
singles "Hard to Handle" and "She Talks to Angels" reaching number 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The album went on
to sell over 5 million copies. The Black Crowes' next album, "The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion," was also a huge
success. Its main hit, "Remedy," topped the Album Rock Tracks chart for over ten weeks. With the success of the Black Crowes
behind him, Rich Robinson was able to embark on a successful solo career as well. Robinson released his first two records,
"Paper" and "Through a Crooked Sun." His recent album, "The Ceaseless Sight," was released in 2014.
What was the original name of the Black Crowes when they formed?
The Black Crowes' first band name was
actually Mr. Crowe's Garden, based on a favorite childhood fairy tale.
If you've heard
famous songs like "She Talks to Angels," "Remedy," "Thorn in My Pride," and "Sting Me," then you're probably already familiar
with Rich Robinson's work. Getting his start with the Black Crowes, Rich Robinson has since gone on to play with other musicians
and enjoy a successful solo career. In the wake of his recent album release, "The Ceaseless Sight," Rich Robinson will be
kicking off another concert tour, and you don't want to miss this awesome show. Whether you've been a fan since the Black
Crowes, or you recently checked out his solo work, not a fan in the venue will be disappointed when Rich Robinson cranks out
his catchy rock tunes. To get your tickets to see Rich Robinson live in concert, be sure to hit up StubHub today!