Hard to handle: The Black Crowes to stop in Phoenix on 2020 reunion tour
PHOENIX — This news may be hard to handle.
Georgia rock band The Black Crowes is reuniting for a 30th anniversary celebration of its first album, with a stop in Phoenix planned for next year.
The group will perform at Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix on Sept. 12, 2020. Tickets start at $29 for lawn seats and are available online.
The band will play the 1990 album “Shake Your Money Maker,” which includes hits “Hard to Handle,” “She Talks to Angels” and “Jealous Again,” in its entirety on the 46-date tour.
This is the first time The Black Crowes, headed by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, have performed together since 2013.
The pair fought over ownership of the band, leading Rich to announce its breakup in 2015.
They announced their return Monday over the radio on “The Howard Stern Show.”
The band has released eight studio albums, the most recent being “Before the Frost … Until the Freeze” in 2009.
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