The Black Crowes Tease Reunion On Website, Social Feeds & Billboard
The Black Crowes‘ website and social feeds have been updated with a new logo for the band giving credence to reports Chris Robinson and Rich Robinson are reuniting. In addition, a billboard with the new logo was spotted in New Jersey at the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.
Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal published a report indicating the Robinson Brothers will embark on a Black Crowes tour in 2020. The article included word from former manager Pete Angelus who told the WSJ, “I’m aware of the deal that the brothers made with Live Nation for a 2020 tour.” Another source added, “There might be something in the works” and former drummer Steve Gorman revealed he’s heard rumblings of a reunion and wasn’t asked to participate. “They are going to move forward with new people,” Gorman said.
Today, images of the band’s logo have been posted on the new Instagram feed, @TheBlackCrowes. Additionally, the image appears on TheBlackCrowes.com, the band’s Twitter feed and the group’s Facebook page.
Check out an image of the logo spotted at 9:30 a.m. ET by fan Michael Caronia at the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel:
The Black Crowes last toured in 2013 and last performed in 2014. Rich Robinson has focused on The Magpie Salute in recent years, while Chris Robinson focused on the Chris Robinson Brotherhood. Stay tuned for more news from The Black Crowes.