The Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson Performs Solo Acoustic ‘What Is Home?’

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Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes performed a solo acoustic version of “What Is Home?” that was shared on the band’s Instagram page. Robinson recorded the song at his home in Nashville.

“What Is Home?” was originally recorded for The Black Crowes’ 2009 studio album Before The Frost…Until The Freeze. The song is the only track on what currently stands as the band’s last album solely credited to Rich Robinson. Rich recently reunited with his brother, Chris Robinson for a pair of Black Crowes shows and a Brothers Of A Feather tour. The pair and a new Black Crowes lineup are currently scheduled to embark on an extensive tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Shake Your Money Maker, the band’s debut studio album, in June.

Watch Rich Robinson’s “What Is Home?” performance below:

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