BLACK CROWES Reunion In The Works?

Chris and Rich Robinson are rumored to be in discussions about reforming the BLACK CROWES, according to Billboard. It is presently unclear which, if any, other former members may take part in the reunion if the brothers Robinson decide to bring the group back to life.

Chris and Rich, who performed together for the first time since the CROWES' 2002 split in March at the at the Jammy Awards in New York, brothers recently held meetings with the band's former manager, Pete Angelus.

CROWES guitarist Audley Freed is now part of Chris Robinson's band NEW EARTH MUD, while CROWES keyboardist Eddie Harsch guests on Rich's upcoming solo debut, "Paper", due August 24 via Key Hole Records. Late-era bassist Andy Hess is now a member of GOV'T MULE.


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