Arizona Financial Theatre | Phoenix, Arizona
The Black Crowes are headed on a massive world tour! Good news: they didn’t forget to make a stop in Phoenix, Arizona. For all the fans in the area, this is your chance to catch the band live as they go on stage in support of their latest album “Happiness Bastards.” If you wanna head out to see the show this spring, keep reading because we have all the details set for you right here!
The Black Crowes are hitting the Arizona Financial Theatre on Wednesday, the 10th of April, 2024. Make sure to get yourselves ready for this awesome experience you’ll never forget! Jam with your favorite band as they rock on stage for a night to remember. If you don't have tickets for the show yet, you better secure them right now. Tickets are selling fast so be sure to click 'GET TICKETS' and secure yours before it's too late!
A 2024 worldwide tour by The Black Crowes is scheduled to support Happiness Bastards, their first album in fifteen years. It’s set to be released on the 15th of March and it includes the single “Wanting and Waiting.”
The "Happiness Bastards Tour" is scheduled to visit 35 cities in North America, the UK, and Europe. It will begin in Nashville on April 2 and include stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and other locations. Starting in Manchester on May 14th, the international leg will stop in London, Brussels, Amsterdam, Paris, Milan, Berlin, and other places.
About The Black Crowes:
The Black Crowes is an American rock band that kicked off in Atlanta, Georgia, back in 1984. As of writing, the band has eight studio albums, four live albums, and a bunch of singles that made it big on the charts.
Their debut album, "Shake Your Money Maker," dropped the 1990 and it was an instant hit. Then came "The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion" in '92, which shot straight to the top of the Billboard 200. They kept pumping out albums like "Amorica" in '94, "Three Snakes and One Charm" in '96, "By Your Side" in '99, and "Lions" in '01.
In 2010, they released a greatest hits/acoustic double album called "Croweology" and went on a big 20th-anniversary tour. They reunited in late 2019 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of "Shake Your Money Maker." But by then, the band had gone through some changes, with only Chris and Rich Robinson remaining from the original lineup.
Fast forward to now, their lineup includes the Robinson brothers, their longtime bassist Sven Pipien, and some new blood: Nico Bereciartua on lead guitar, Cully Symington on drums, and Erik Deutsch on keyboards.
VH1 ranked them at number 92 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. Melody Maker called them "The Most Rock 'n' Roll Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World". At the same time, Rolling Stone readers voted them 'Best New American Band' in 1990.
DOn't miss out on seeing them live when they hit Phoenix!