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The Black Crowes end hiatus to announce 2013 UK tour
The band, which enjoyed the peak of their fame in the mid-1990s, announced an indefinite hiatus following a major tour in April 2010 but fans will be delighted that they have decided to reform and will be back on UK shores in 2013.
Chris Robinson and co will kick off their jaunt across the country at Manchester Academy on March 24th before moving on to Birmingham's O2 Academy (25th) and Glasgow's O2 Academy (27th) finishing with two nights at the HMV Forum in London (29th and 30th).
It will coincide with their Lay Down With Number 13 tour which includes 21 dates across the US starting in Port Chester, New York on April 2nd and ending in New Orleans, Louisiana on May 4th.
The announcement that The Black Crowes would be getting back together came on Christmas Day and will be the perfect present for fans that have been clamouring to see the band during their hiatus.
Posted by LB.Posted on 28 Dec 2012 09:58 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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