By Drew Carrano
Happy Birthday to Rich Robinson! The rocker and founding member of The Black Crowes turns 51 on Sunday, May 24th.
To celebrate, we look back at an intimate, acoustic concert at a club outside Boston featuring Rich and his older brother Chris Robinson going under the name “Brothers of a Feather,” right before the pandemic.
Brothers of a Feather
An Acoustic Evening featuring Chris and Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes
Brothers of a Feather Tour 2020
Wednesday February 19, 2020
Brighton Music Hall – Allston, MA
About The Tour:
Brothers Chris and Rich Robinson announced a string of acoustic shows ahead of their Black Crowes reunion tour, which was scheduled to happen in the summer 2020 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their debut album, “Shake Your Money Maker.”
Together the siblings went as “Brothers of a Feather” and played a brief one-month tour in small iconic clubs.
After a pair of performances in London and Amsterdam, respectively, to open up the tour, the brothers headed to the United States to kick off the North American portion of the tour. The first gig in the states was held at Brighton Music Hall, located just outside of Boston. The crowd of 500 or so, which included invited celebrities like Peter Wolf of the J. Geils Band, enjoyed a 13-song, 90-minute set that featured Black Crowes classics and a Little Feat cover to close the show.
Below is the setlist from the Brothers of a Feather performance at Brighton Music Hall on February 19, 2020.
- Jealous Again
- Twice as Hard
- Wiser Time
- Thorn in My Pride
- Cursed Diamond
- Oh Josephine
- Good Friday
- Hotel Illness
- Soul Singing
- She Talks to Angels
- Willin’ (encore) (Little Feat cover)
Watch: Brothers of a Feather Live