CHRIS ROBINSON: Don't' Hold Your Breath For BLACK CROWES Reunion

Despite growing rumors to the contrary, ex-BLACK CROWES frontman Chris Robinson says that a reunion of his former band is unlikely to happen anytime soon. "I wouldn't be too hopeful about that," he said. "I mean, as of today, I don't ever see it happening, you know what I mean? Now, that doesn't mean in a couple of years it wouldn't be fun or something. To be honest, I wouldn't see myself having any time to do it, honestly, in the next four to five years, but as of today, no."

Robinson is currently promoting his first solo album, 2002's "New Earth Mud". He kicks off a tour opening for Elvis Costello on July 7 at the Wolf Trap Filene Center in Vienna, Virginia.

Robinson and his wife, actress Kate Hudson, recently announced that she was pregnant with the couple's first child. The baby is due early next year.


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