For The First Time Black Crowes Adds Their Own Songs To “Live At The Greek”

For The First Time Black Crowes Adds Their Own Songs To “Live At The Greek” | Society Of Rock Videos

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The Black Crowes are getting ready to release a new version of their album Live at the Greek.

This time, they’re including their own songs for the first time. The original album from 2000 captured their tour with Jimmy Page, but they couldn’t include their own songs because of a deal with their old record label.

During an interview on Howard Stern’s show, the band shared their plans for the reissue. Chris Robinson, the lead singer, said they’re putting together a box set for the 25th anniversary of the album. This new version will include some of their own songs that they played with Jimmy Page.

Remembering their time with Page, Robinson said it was an amazing experience and an honor to make music with him.

In a fun story from the interview, the Robinson brothers talked about meeting David Bowie at a surprise birthday party for The Edge from U2 in Ireland. Earlier that day, Bowie had helped fix Chris’s stereo. They shared, “Our managers bought us these stereos… and they ran on 110 [volts],” Rich explained. “Chris said, ‘I’ve got this stereo and I can’t change it!’ And David was like, ‘I’ll fix it!’ He came into [Chris’] room and changed it to 220 or whatever.”

For the Black Crowes, their journey isn’t just about music; it’s also about the friendships and memories they’ve made along the way. As they bring their own songs to Live at the Greek, they’re not only adding to their musical legacy but also giving fans a chance to experience their performances in a new light.

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