The Black Crowes are Stuff Stoners Like

the black crowes are stuff stoners like
the black crowes are stuff stoners like

The Black Crowes are stuff stoners like, of course. Why? Because who doesn’t love watching or reading about two rock star brothers killing one another? But, that’s not the point….

We’ve discussed 10 things that stoners like…now let’s talk about something they don’t. That something is when an indignant customer service representative refuses to address a stoner’s concerns. Especially when that concern stands in the way of getting stoned at a Black Crowes concert.

And, getting Chris Robinson (click the link to see his “how to roll a joint” instructional video) to be our best friend and share his weed and beer and women with us. Then drive us back to his place where we could hang out with him and his brother and his kids and eventually end up  in his home studio where he’d shower us with compliments and good food and free guitars and stickers and then write a kick-ass new album dedicated to us all about how cool we are. And, then let us sleep in his bed that night right next to him and make us waffles in the morning…but, sadly that never happened…(sigh).

Origins of The Black Crowes: Early History and Formation of the Band

The Black Crowes is a rock band that was formed in Marietta, Georgia in 1984. The band was founded by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, who were inspired by the classic rock music of the 1960s and 1970s.

The band started performing in local clubs in Georgia and quickly gained a following with their bluesy, guitar-driven sound. In 1989, they released their debut album, “Shake Your Money Maker,” which featured hit singles like “Hard to Handle” and “She Talks to Angels.”

Rise to Fame: Breakthrough Albums and Hit Singles

After the success of their debut album, The Black Crowes went on to release several more albums throughout the 1990s, including “The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion” and “Amorica.” These albums featured hit singles like “Remedy,” “Thorn in My Pride,” and “Wiser Time.”

They quickly became one of the most popular rock bands of the 1990s, thanks to their distinctive sound and energetic live performances.

The Black Crowes’ Unique Sound: Influences and Musical Style

The band’s sound is heavily influenced by classic rock and blues music. Their music features catchy guitar riffs, soulful vocals, and tight rhythms. They’re kind of like a recent version of bands like The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.

The band’s musical style has been described as a mix of blues, rock, and Southern rock. They also mix in elements of funk and soul. The Black Crowes’ unique sound has helped them to stand out in the crowded world of rock music.

Turbulent Times: Internal Conflicts and Hiatuses

Despite their success, The Black Crowes have had their fair share of internal conflicts and drama. The band has experienced several lineup changes over the years. And of course tensions between the Robinson brothers have led to several hiatuses.

In 2015, The Black Crowes announced that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus, citing “internal issues.” However, the band has since reunited and is currently working on new music.

Reunions and Revivals: The Black Crowes’ Comebacks and Current Projects

In 2020, the band announced a reunion tour. It was originally scheduled for that year but has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The tour, titled “Shake Your Money Maker,” will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s debut album.

They are also working on new music, with plans to release a new album in the near future. Fans of the band are eagerly anticipating their return and are excited to hear what the band has in store.

Legacy and Influence: The Impact of The Black Crowes on Rock Music

The band has had a significant impact on the world of rock music. Their unique sound and style have influenced countless bands and musicians. And their music continues to be celebrated and enjoyed by fans around the world.

With their powerful live performances and catchy, guitar-driven music, The Black Crowes have left an indelible mark on rock music. And have cemented their place in the history of the genre.

5 Responses to “The Black Crowes are Stuff Stoners Like”

  1. Baschive


  2. Mr. Castle

    Ever notice that most customer service phone reps are not in this country? That does not help the matter!

  3. reoweedwgn

    when they’re not local…it makes it really hard to figure out where they work, drive there and punch ’em in the face.

  4. Baschive

    ill do more then punch them in the face ill kick them to the curb

  5. I.M Stoned

    Hilarious dude, keep up the funny posts.

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