Photo Credit: Matthew Mendenhall
Don’t bother asking Chris Robinson if there's another Black Crowes reunion in the future. Instead, direct your ears to the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, the singer and guitarist’s current project, which has been serving up Southern-fried blues boogies since 2011. Joined by Neal Casal of Ryan Adams and the Cardinals and the Hard Working Americans on guitar, Black Crowes’ Adam MacDougall on keys, Mark Dutton on bass and George Sluppick of Mofro on drums, Robinson’s newest venture is loaded with talent. The CRB’s latest album, Phosphorescent Harvest, which dropped this past spring, bucks the incessant noodling found on a lot of similar records yet still manages to offer loosened-up psychedelic workouts worth any jam fan's while.
8 p.m. $20. www.georgiatheatre.com