24 July 2010

Black Crowes' Track "Jealousy" Off of Upcoming Double Album Croweology Available As Free Song of the Day on Amazon.com

In celebration of the 20th year anniversary of their 1990 debut multi platinum release "Shake Your MoneyMaker," The Black Crowes will release their first-ever double album of all acoustic material titled, Croweology on August 3rd.

The track, "Jealous Again" is currently featured as Amazon's Free Song of the Day through Sunday, July 25th. Click here to get the special preview from Croweology. 

BlackCrowesAlbumCoverCroweology was produced by Paul Stacey and recorded at Sunset Sound. The work will feature the bands most well known songs, rarities from their extensive catalogue and selected covers.

The Black Crowes also recently announced their "Say Goodnight To The Bad Guys" Tour which begins on August 12 and will again conclude with the band's annual five night stand at the Fillmore in San Francisco on December 19th. The extensive tour will see the band perform full three hour sets comprised of both an entire acoustic and electric set. Following the conclusion of "Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys" Tour the band has planned a lengthy hiatus.

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