See Blackberry Smoke Duet With Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson

Last month, with a six-week tour alongside ZZ Top winding to a close and a brief, rare vacation looming on the horizon, Blackberry Smoke reached out to Rich Robinson — co-founder of the Black Crowes and, like Starr, a native of Cobb County, Georgia — about sharing the stage during the Telluride Blues and Brews Fest. Robinson accepted the offer. “Wiser Time,” a Seventies-worthy sprawl of cosmic country and heartland rock & roll from 1994’s Amorica, was chosen as the supergroup’s one-off duet, and Robinson joined the group at the Telluride festival on September 18th, hitting the stage with no rehearsal and little preparation.

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