Black Crowes Offer More Cover Debuts And Guests At Cap

The Black Crowes continue to let it all hang out at a run of four acoustic performances at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. As we reported, the first two shows were filled to the brim with rarities, guest spots and cover debuts. Last night the Crowes continued that trend at the historic venue.

While it had been announced guitarist Larry Campbell and mandolin wiz Sam Bush would sit in with the Crowes last night, they also welcomed guitarist Eric Krasno of Soulive and Lettuce as well as percussionist Otto Hauser. According to Crowes Base, the evening saw cover debuts of Conway Twitty’s “Just Because,” Doc Watson’s “Walk On Boy” featuring lead vocals by Jackie Greene and The Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses.” Rich Robinson offered a solo take on “Falling Again,” while brother Chris took a solo turn on “Tomorrow Blues.” Also of note, the Crowes dusted off covers of “Rockin’ Chair” by The Band, the traditional “He Was A Friend Of Mine” and Merle Haggard’s “Sing Me Back Home.”

The Black Crowes conclude the run of acoustic shows at The Cap tonight.