The Black Crowes'
fall tour rolled into Huntsville, AL last night for a performance at the Mark C. Smith
Concert Hall. The band continues to dig deep through their repertoire and dusted off a Bob
Dylan cover for the first time since 2009 at the Huntsville show.
Chris Robinson and Co. opened their set with only the second "Nebakanzer" of 2013. They
followed that up with the second "Cypress Tree" of the year before moving onto more
ground with "Hotel Illness," "Jealous Again" and "Oh Josephine." Following an 18-minute
"Wiser Time," the Black Crowes took "Quinn The Eskimo" off the shelf for its first
performance since December 1, 2009. The main set came to a close with a string of "Soul
Singing," "Remedy" and "Hard To Handle"/"Hush," while "Oh Well" (Fleetwood Mac) served as
Watch a version of "Quinn The Eskimo" from 2008 as shot by our own Jake Krolick:
[Published on: 9/25/13]