The Black Crowes To Play “Shake Your Money Maker” In Its Entirety In 2020 Tour Dates!

Todd Hancock Nov 11, 2019

Seems like 2020 is the year of amazing reunions. Next up, The Black Crowes! They’ve decided to mend fences and get back together for a tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1990 debut album, “Shake Your Money Maker”!

The above billboards have been seen lately on the band’s social media, as well as on billboards in the U.S.

The band has been inactive since the final show they played in December 2013.

Crowes’ former manager Pete Angelus recently told The Wall Street Journal he’s “aware of the deal” that the Robinson brothers “made with Live Nation for a 2020 tour”.

Last year, singer Chris Robinson formed a band called “As The Crow Flies” to perform Black Crowes songs. Meanwhile, Chris’ brother Rich formed a band called “The Magpie Salute” – to do the same thing. Sounds like the boys should just shake hands, hug it out and reform the band.

Meanwhile, drummer Steve Gorman’s book, “Hard To Handle: The Life And Death Of The Black Crowes – A Memoir”, was released in September ’19.

While 90s rock bands are reuniting – which other bands should come outta hiding?


Written by Todd Hancock

Todd Hancock

Todd Hancock is a Canadian radio personality and podcaster. He's best known as a longtime Afternoon host (2002 - 2014) on CFOX-FM (99.3 The Fox) in Vancouver, British Columbia. Todd started his radio career in 1996 and is a multiple award winner with The Georgia Strait, The Westender & Vancouver Province readers. The Toddcast Podcast launched in January 2015 and continues to build online momentum! for more!

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