Brooklyn indie label The End Records along with Circle Sound are proud to announce the signing of legendary guitarist and musician Rich Robinson (The Black Crowes) for his new solo album The Ceaseless Sight coming out Spring 2014.
Robinson had this to say, "I'm very excited to be partnering with The End Records and ADA to release my album. Andreas is a long time music fan and has some very forward ideas on how to get music out there, but more importantly for me, how to allow the artist to create pure music without the inevitable commercial vs art clash that comes from a more traditional approach. All of Andreas' team shares these qualities. It's going to be great."
Best known as the guitarist, songwriter and founding member of The Black Crowes, Rich Robinson stands ready to complete the solo evolution he began ten years earlier. Strongly influenced by music greats such as The Rolling Stones, The Allman Brothers Band, Neil Young, and Led Zeppelin, Rich cultivates his talents as a guitarist, vocalist and lyricist to create his finest solo endeavor yet.
Among recording The Black Crowes albums, Rich has composed and released two previous solo albums garnering the attention of fans and press alike. "Robinson is blessed with the ability to capture the best of the early 70s Stones vibe, combining the riff-spewing rhythm talents of Keith Richards with Mick Taylor's melodic sensibilities." - Jambands. "Robinson admirably pulls off a triple-threat of feeling in epic riffs, great singing, and interesting lyrics." - Premier Guitar
The Ceaseless Sight finds Robinson stepping solidly into his own as a solo artist as he adds confident vocalist and lyricist to his accomplished musical resume. Currently finishing up a worldwide Black Crowes tour, Rich is looking forward to announcing Rich Robinson and Friends dates, which will take them around the country for the whole of 2014 in support of the new record.
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