Black Crowes Perform 64 Different Songs During Seven NYC Shows

(CelebrityAccess Mediawire) —
The Black Crowes are officially back as 22,000 fans were on hand at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom to witness their return of over seven sold-out nights that began March 22-30. By the time the house lights came up on the final evening of the "All Join Hands" shows during which "15 Years of Cosmic Rock-n-Roll" was saluted with rapturous applause, the band played a total of 64 different songs. Amidst a stage strikingly adorned with hundreds of electric candles, the band performed wide-ranging set lists that alternated every night, encompassing songs from their six studio albums, plus b-sides and unreleased material, alongside 19 special covers that illuminated the band's rich musical heritage.

On Good Friday March 25, The Black Crowes–Chris Robinson (vocals), Rich Robinson (guitars), Marc Ford (guitars), Eddie Hawrysch (keyboards), Sven Pipien (bass) and Bill Dobrow (drums)–treated fans to their own "Good Friday," a number one rock hit from 1996's Three Snakes and One Charm. The band also held an Easter Sunday Celebration March 27, dressing up all in white for the show just like their fans, who were encouraged to do the same via the band's official website: www.blackcrowes.com.

The Black Crowes Hammerstein Ballroom repertoire:


(Only) Halfway to Everywhere

A Conspiracy

Another Roadside Tragedy (unreleased)

Bad Luck Blue Eyes Goodbye

Ballad in Urgency

Bend Down Low (Bob Marley)

Black Moon Creeping

Boomer's Story (Ry Cooder)

Bring On, Bring On

By Your Side

Coming Home (Delaney & Bonnie)

Cursed Diamond

Descending

Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (traditional, by Dann Penn and Chips Moman)

Don't Do It (The Band)

Feathers (BLACK CROWES b-side)

Girl From A Pawnshop

Go Faster

Go Tell The Congregation

Gone

Good Friday

Greasy Grass River

Happy (The Rolling Stones)

Hard to Handle (Otis Redding)

High Head Blues

Hot Burrito #2 (The Flying Burrito Brothers)

Hotel Illness

How Much For Your Wings?

It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (Bob Dylan)

Jealous Again

Kickin' My Heart Around

Mellow Down Easy (Willie Dixon)

My Morning Song

Nebakanezer

No Speak No Slave

Nonfiction

P.25 London

Paint An 8 (unreleased)

Pimper's Paradise (Bob Marley)

Pre-Road Downs (Crosby, Stills & Nash)

Remedy

Roll Um Easy (Little Feat)

Seeing Things

Shake Your Moneymaker

Share The Ride

She Gave Good Sunflower

She Talks To Angels

Sister Luck

Sometimes Salvation

Soul Singing

Space Captain (Joe Cocker, by Matthew Moore)

Stare It Cold

Sting Me

Thick n Thin

Thorn in My Pride

Time Will Tell (Bob Marley)

Torn And Frayed (The Rolling Stones)

Twice as Hard

Under A Mountain

Willin' (Little Feat)

Wiser Time

Yer Blues(The Beatles)

You Gotta Move (The Rolling Stones, by Mississippi Fred McDowell)

Young Man Old Man

–Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen

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