Chris Robinson discusses the Chris Robinson Brotherhood's new album, 'Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel,' and what it was like self-producing it with his bandmates.
The Black Crowes
Chris Robinson stopped to chat at Mountain Jam 2016 about the spacey sound of his new music and the preoccupations that fuel it.
Between the radio breakthrough of 'Shake Your Money Maker' and their eventual jam band future, the Black Crowes captured themselves at their most fully realized.
Some artists use subtle sensuality on their album covers to convey a certain aesthetic, others blatantly hammer home the sex appeal with gratuitous nudity.
The Black Crowes, or at least their second album, were an anachronism in 1992.
As the Chris Robinson Brotherhood get ready to kick off their latest run of gigs, the iconic rock star chats with us about music, life and joy.
One of rock's greatest debuts turns 25 this year. Here's a look back at the Black Crowes' first album.
Chris Robinson opens up about the recent news that the band was calling it quits due to a contract dispute between him and his brother, Rich.
This was not the news we wanted to hear.
Though the future of the Black Crowes in uncertain at best, guitarist and co-founder Rich Robinson isn't waiting around.