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As the Crowes fly

At the top of their game, veteran rockers prepare for another well-earned break

The Black Crowes play two sold-out shows at the House of Blues this weekend. After their current tour, the sextet is going on indefinite hiatus. The Black Crowes play two sold-out shows at the House of Blues this weekend. After their current tour, the sextet is going on indefinite hiatus. (Josh Cheuse)
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / October 22, 2010

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Since reuniting in 2005 after a four-year layoff, the Black Crowes have been on an impressive tear, earning some of the strongest reviews of their 20-year career for their expansive and fiery live shows and albums like 2008’s “Warpaint’’ and the recent “Croweology,’’ which acoustified songs from the Atlanta-spawned rockers’ back catalog including hits like “Remedy’’ and “She Talks to ... (Full article: 840 words)

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