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Rich Robinson Goes Clubbing

03:01 PM Tuesday 4/8/14 | |

Not only has Black Crowes co-founding member Rich Robinson planned a brief run beginning in May that will cover both coasts, but his upcoming solo album will drop while he’s on the road.

Robinson’s 3rd solo long player, The Ceaseless Sight, arrives June 3 via Circle Sound/The End Records.  Announcing the tour today, Robinson also released the lyric video for the single “One Road Hill.”  The single is available at iTunes.

Robinson’s first solo album, Paper, was released in 2004.  Album No. 2 – Through A Crooked Sun – landed in stores in 2011.

Following his U.S. gigs, Robinson will take the show to Europe. Here’s the schedule:

May 24 – Mill Valley, Calif., Sweetwater Music Hall
May 25 – Aptos, Calif., Aptos Village Park (Santa Cruz Blues Festival)           
June 3 – Philadelphia, Pa., World Cafe Live
June 4 – New York, N.Y., City Winery
June 6 – Boston, Mass., Paradise Rock Club
June 8 – Washington, D.C., The Hamilton
June 10 – Cincinnati, Ohio, 20th Century Theatre
June 11 – Nashville, Tenn., 3rd & Lindsley
June 12 – Atlanta, Ga., Vinyl At Center Stage
June 18 – London, United Kingdom, Borderline
June 19 – Nijmegen, Netherlands, Doornroosje
June 20 – Hengelo, Netherlands, Metropol
June 21 – Zoetermeer, Netherlands, Boerderij

Robinson will co-headline with Black Crowes’ guitarist Jackie Greene and his band June 3 & 6-11.

Some shows are already on sale and VIP packages for several dates are still available.  Check out RichRobinson.net for more information.


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