Ronnie Wood Surprises Fans At Black Crowes Show

Ronnie Wood Surprises Fans At Black Crowes Show | Society Of Rock Videos

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The Black Crowes, renowned for their gritty rock performances, added an unexpected twist to their concert in L.A. on Friday night. As the crowd buzzed with anticipation, Chris Robinson, the frontman, teased an exciting surprise for the evening. With a mischievous grin, he introduced none other than Ronnie Wood, the legendary guitarist from the Rolling Stones.

Ronnie Wood joined the Black Crowes on stage to thunderous acclaim and cheers, setting off an electrifying scene. They started together with a heartfelt performance of “Stay With Me,” a timeless favorite from Wood’s former group, Faces. The musicians’ synergy was evident as they expertly merged their skills and enthralled the crowd with their unadulterated passion. Chris Robinson remarked:

“Ronnie’s presence added a whole new dimension to our performance.
“It’s not every day you get to share the stage with a living legend like him.”

Those fortunate enough to witness the spontaneous cooperation were able to record the occasion and preserve the magic for future generations. The video, which was captured by fans, bears witness to the incredible experience that the artists and the crowd had that evening.

This surprise cameo adds to the excitement of the Black Crowes’ ongoing 2024 tour, which kicked off with a bang at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Their eclectic setlist, featuring covers like the Velvet Underground’s “White Light/White Heat,” showcases their versatility and enduring appeal. With dates scheduled until early June, fans across the country eagerly anticipate the chance to catch them live.

Finding Clarity

Rich Robinson compared the band’s experience to being “stuck in a submarine for 24 years” in a recent interview with Howard Stern. Despite the difficulties, their newfound perspective has allowed them to see their musical connection more clearly. Chris Robinson repeated this idea, comparing their break to a kettle that was boiling and needed to cool. Chris added:

“It was like a kettle someone left on in a kitchen.
“And I’m like, ‘Someone please turn the heat down.’ We needed that break.”

The Rolling Stones are preparing for their own tour while the Black Crowes captivate crowds with their electrifying live shows. Starting on April 28th in Houston, Texas, the Stones will set out on their own musical voyage with their most recent record, “Hackney Diamonds,” in tow.

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