In that time, Crowes guitarist Rich Robinson has kept their music alive in his spinoff group the Magpie Salute, but his brother Chris has focused on the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, a jam band that plays almost nothing from the Crowes catalog. They have absolutely no plans beyond the final show in Portland, Oregon, when Robinson plays on returning his full attention to the Chris Robinson Brotherhood. We spoke with Chris Robinson about the formation of As the Crow Flies, what fans can expect from the shows, the status of his relationship with Rich Robinson and his thoughts on a possible Black Crowes reunion.
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This story originally appeared in the March 20, issue of Rolling Stone. Sitting shoulder to shoulder on high stools, in front of a handful of microphones at Electric Lady Studios in New York, singer Chris and guitarist Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes look nothing like kin and act even less like bandmates. Eleven tracks of brawny Southern rock and psychedelic. And at Electric Lady, whenever they are between songs, the Robinsons are a compelling study in potentially explosive opposites. Chris, 41, is a hippie whirlwind with a pointed Jesus-like beard, lanky dark-brown hair and a ski-pole physique.
Christopher Mark Robinson born December 20, is an American musician. He founded the rock band The Black Crowes then known as Mr. Crowe's Garden with his brother Rich Robinson in Chris is the lead singer of The Black Crowes, and he and his brother are the only continuous members of the Crowes. He is the vocalist and rhythm guitarist for the Chris Robinson Brotherhood , which was formed in while the Black Crowes were on hiatus. Robinson was born in Marietta, Georgia , just outside Atlanta.