Gig: Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes – The Ironworks, Oswestry – 14 Feb 2012

Posted on: Wednesday, Jan 4, 2012

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From the company that brought you Vintage Trouble at The Ironworks
WORLDS BIGGEST EVENTS are proud to Present

Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes, Live at The Ironworks, 14th February 2012

In support of his latest solo album, Through a Crooked Sun, this is Rich’s most intimate gig of the UK tour, and with such high demand tickets will be limited.

Rich has enjoyed an amazing 20 year career as guitarist & songwriter with his brother Chris of The Black Crowes, selling over 30 million albums, constantly touring making them one of the best live bands you’ll see. They’ve toured with The Stones, Oasis, Tom Petty to name a few and were the fastest selling interest only release with their Live at The Greek with Jimmy Page. All resulting in them being labelled as “The Most Rock ‘n’ Roll Rock ‘n’ Roll Band in the World”.

It is an honour and a major coup that Rich Robinson has chosen to play The Ironworks as part of his UK tour.

World Biggest hopes to see you guys enjoying yourselves at this Rock n Roll evening.

Tickets will go quickly and are available at

http://www.seetickets.com/Event/RICH-ROBINSON-THE-BLACK-CROWES-/The-Ironworks-Oswestry/610130



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Ken

January 5th, 2012 at 09:09
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Please note that this is not a solo gig, there will be a full band with Rich.

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Ken

January 5th, 2012 at 09:10
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…also playing Wrexham Central Station. I am sure that Grahame will add the date.

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Grahame

January 5th, 2012 at 10:46
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Consider it done . . .

http://www.centralstationvenue.com/events/1597/rich-robinson-the-black-crowes

The Ironworks appears to have been moved, on the advert in ‘Mojo’ it was originally 10th February . . . the night after Wrexham.

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Ken

January 5th, 2012 at 11:04
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A lot of the publicity was incorrect.

As well as the incorrect date, some of the adverts also said Shrorpshire.