CHRIS ROBINSON BROTHERHOOD
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Chris Robinson Brotherhood Tickets
Chris Robinson Brotherhood TicketsOriginally formed in 2011 while the Black Crowes was on hiatus, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood continues to produce psychedelic blues-rock music and has released six studio albums since the early 2010s. In 2012, the band peaked at No. 63 on the Billboard 200 with its debut album, Big Moon Ritual. The five-member band is known for songs such as "Narcissus Soaking Wet," "Rosalee" and "Tulsa Yesterday" and has performed at several prestigious venues, including The Fillmore in San Francisco, Calif., and The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The Chris Robinson Brotherhood released its sixth studio album, Servants of the Sun, in 2019, featuring the songs "Stars Fell on California" and "Some Earthly Delights."
Not Just Another Rock BandThe Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson created the Chris Robinson Brotherhood with the intention of it being a local California band. That plan didn't last long. The newly formed band was soon embarking on a 118-show North American tour in 2011, building a following by releasing its own versions of the famous songs "Blue Suede Shoes" and "Girl I Love You" in 2012 ahead of its debut album, Blue Moon Ritual. While some of its albums feature extended songs that the band doesn't intend to play live, its 2019 offering, Servants of the Sun, was written with the end goal of adding each track to its live setlist. Many of the band's original songs off its various albums are written by Chris Robinson himself and feature a wide variety of sounds, ranging from a touch of country with songs like "High Is Not the Top" to full-blown psychedelia with "Dog Eat Sun."
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Which songs might I hear at a Chris Robinson Brotherhood concert?The setlist at a Chris Robinson Brotherhood concert may include songs such as "A Smiling Epitaph," "Dice Game," "The Chauffeur's Daughter," "Stars Fell on California," "Rosalee," "Comin' Round the Mountain," "Let It Fall," "Roan County Banjo," "New Cannonball Rag," "Behold the Seer," "Venus in Chrome" and "Good to Know."
What is a Chris Robinson Brotherhood concert like?Performing runs deep in the veins of the members of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, who have toured often since the band's 2011 beginnings. Attending a Chris Robinson Brotherhood concert is like returning home to family. The band promotes a communal atmosphere through its audience interaction and dedication to fans. Audience members will often jump around to the band's more upbeat songs, and the band members improvise their solos, giving each show its own unique touch.
Who are the current members of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood?Founder Chris Robinson, who sings lead vocals and plays the guitar, and Neal Casal, contributing vocals and also playing the guitar, are the only two members to remain since the band's formation in 2011. The band performs as a quintet with Tony Leone on drums since 2015 and Jeff Hill on bass since 2016. Following the departure of founding member Adam MacDougall, Joel Robinow and Pete Sears have joined the band for different legs of the Servants of the Sun Tour in 2019, playing the keyboard.
Does the Chris Robinson Brotherhood have any live albums?The Chris Robinson Brotherhood has released four live albums for fans who are looking to get a taste of what the live experience is like. The albums are Betty's Blend's Volume 1, Betty's Blends Volume 2, Betty's Blends Volume 3: Self-Rising, Southern Blends and Betty's Midwestern Magick Blends. "Betty" comes from Betty Cantor-Jackson, the recording engineer who picked which songs were included.
Which artists are similar to the Chris Robinson Brotherhood?Fans of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood may also enjoy the music of the Allman Brothers Band, Widespread Panic and Gov't Mule.
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