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Stage Buzz: The Black Crowes, Maggie Rogers, Waxahatchee

| April 18, 2024

Waxahatchee (photo Molly Matalon)


30 years ago, The Black Crowes, led by brothers Chris and Rich Robinson, found critical and fan acclaim with their debut album Shake Your Money Maker. Its raw sound and fusion of Southern rock and blues made it a success with it peaking at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. Numerous breakups and reunions have occurred since then, and now the band is back with their first new album in 15 years. Hear the latest and the greatest when they play the Aragon Ballroom on Friday, April 19, at 8 PM. Tickets are available here.

To celebrate the release of her latest album, Don’t Forget Me, Maggie Rogers (profile photo) is offering fans a special in-person experience. For “Box Office Week,” she’s inviting fans to show up at their local box office and buy tickets in person to avoid overpriced fees and connect with other fans. If you want tickets, show up bright and early to House of Blues on Friday, April 19, where she’ll play a show that very same night at 7:30 PM. Find the details here.

Singer/songwriter Katie Crutchfield, better known as Waxahatchee, is known for her tender, honest lyrics. Though her sound has evolved over the years, going from lo-fi folk to alt-tinged country, her earnestness always remained. In support of her new album, Tigers Blood, Waxahatchee will perform at The Salt Shed on Saturday, April 20, at 8 PM. Grab tickets here.

– Ashley Perez Hollingsworth

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