Photo: Matthew Mendenhall
Chris Robinson is accustomed to playing arenas and amphitheaters around the country as the frontman for The Black Crowes.
This fall, fans of the charismatic singer and songwriter will be able to see him in a much more intimate setting in Fayetteville.
Robinson will be in town with his new project, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, for a show at George’s Majestic Lounge on Tuesday, Sept. 18.
Robinson formed the band shortly after the Black Crowes went on indefinite hiatus in 2010. The band, made up of fellow Black Crowe Adam MacDougall on keyboards, Burning Tree bass player Mark “Muddy” Dutton, George Sluppick on drums, and Neal Casal on guitar, just released their debut album, Big Moon Ritual, last month to mostly favorable reviews.
Robinson was also in the neighborhood this summer with the acoustic trio Weir, Robinson, & Greene at Wakarusa 2012.
Tickets to the Fayetteville show are on sale now for $18 in person at George’s, or $21.67 online at the venue’s ticketing site.