Renowned guitarist, songwriter, and co-founder of seminal rock act The Black Crowes – Rich Robinson will be returning to the road in the US this December for a run of solo acoustic dates in support of his latest solo studio album, The Ceaseless Sight.
December 7 – Minneapolis, MN – Dakota Jazz Club BUY TICKETS
December 9 – Chicago, IL – City Winery BUY TICKETS
December 11 – Jackson, MS – Duling Hall w/ Special Guest Luther Dickinson Of North Mississippi AllstarsBUY TICKETS
December 12 – Nashville, TN – City Winery BUY TICKETS
December 13 – Chattanooga, TN – Rhythm & Brews BUY TICKETS
December 14 – Decatur, GA – Eddie’s Attic BUY TICKETS
For more information on the tour and ticket details, visit: http://richrobinson.net/
Also running during the acoustic tour, the Movement Gallery of Art will be exhibiting Rich’s abstract paintings, Gallerist Michael Bartolacci and Curator Denise Jackson are pleased to showcase Rich’s art opening on Saturday, December 6th and running through January 10th. Rich will join guests for an opening night reception on December 6th.
The Movement Gallery of Art is located at:
1441 Dresden Dr #140, Atlanta, GA 30319
For more info, call: (678) 515-8254
“My inspiration to paint comes from the possibility of what could be. I love to use oils because they take a while to dry. While I’m painting, it changes as the paint combines, which then influences the content of what I’m painting. For me, the painting process differs from music because of the solitude involved. It starts and stops when I decide. The similarity is the way I’m influenced. With music, it’s the sonics that influence me. A tone can spark a whole song. With painting, it’s the color and textures that influence me. I layer on the paint and as the textures develop, the painting takes shape. The general relationship is different because of the number of senses used. With guitar it’s my ear that dictates the song and moves me. With painting it’s the feel of the paint, the feel of the brush in your hands, the smell of the paint and the depth of what I’m seeing. Music is much more ethereal.” – Rich Robinson (taken from Paste Magazine)
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The Movement Gallery of Art, a contemporary art space devoted to showcasing a diverse range of established and emerging artists. While we have special interest in Art Deco, Mid-Century Modern and Pop Art aesthetics, we continually push creative boundaries with revolving monthly exhibitions focused on visually progressive, 21st Century artists. Our goal is to connect, enrich and inspire our collective community.
Having sold well over 30 million albums throughout a career that spans over 25 years, his new album represents the full evolution of Robinson as a songwriter, a vocalist, and a solo artist.