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Black Crowes are reuniting, will play all of ‘Shake your Moneymaker’ on tour next year

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 30: Chris Robinson (L) and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes perform at Hard Rock Calling Day 2 at Olympic Park on June 30, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Matt Kent/Getty Images)

MILWAUKEE — Hey, Black Crowes fans, mark your calendars. The brothers are back — and they are coming to Milwaukee!

Rich and Chris Robinson are getting back together to mark the 30th anniversary of their debut album “Shake Your Money Maker,” and they are playing the entire album.

The 46-concert tour is scheduled to begin in Austin, Texas, in June and end in Los Angeles in September. They will be in Milwaukee at the American Family Insurance Amphitheater on Aug. 22, 2020. Tickets and VIP packages are available now. CLICK HERE for more information.

The tour will include new musicians and its announcement is being marked with an intimate show in New York on Monday and one in Los Angeles on Thursday.

NEW YORK – OCTOBER 31: Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes performs at Best Buy Theater on October 31, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Cory Schwartz/Getty Images)

Turmoil in the past

The band are known for turmoil and disagreements. They haven’t played together since 2013, a little over a year before they publicly announced they were breaking up. The band split vowing to “never play or speak again,” but Rich Robinson says that’s all behind them now.

“We love this music. We’re musicians. We’re brothers. We love each other. We love this opportunity … Changing the context with Chris and I and all new people is a much healthier place for us,” he told Rolling Stone.

The Black Crowes produced eight studio albums, four live albums, and sold over 35 million records in the years they were together. Now a new era can begin.

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