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FLYING HIGH AGAIN

The Magpie Salute was Rich Robinson’s means of forging ahead with music after The Black Crowes finally split for good in 2015. Tragedy struck the band at the very outset, but they persevered to create a debut album that’s a “celebration” of where they’ve come from. Robinson talks to Teri Saccone about the difference between Crowes and Magpies, his love of roots music, and open tunings…

RICH ROBINSON

FLYING HIGH AGAIN

The Magpie Salute was Rich Robinson’s means of forging ahead with music after The Black Crowes finally split for good in 2015. Tragedy struck the band at the very outset, but they persevered to create a debut album that’s a “celebration” of where they’ve come from. Robinson talks to Teri Saccone about the difference between Crowes and Magpies, his love of roots music, and open tunings…

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Whether it’s his new band The Magpie Salute or his former one, The Black Crowes, it’s all about connectedness for Rich Robinson. For example, when the 49-year-old Georgian formed his new band in the wake of the platinum-selling rockers’ demise in 2015, he had to bring fellow ex-Crowes Marc Ford and Sven Pipien into the fold, too. The Crowes were, of course, co-founded by Robinson and brother/frontman Chris, bursting onto the scene in 1989 with rock ‘n’ soul swagger, with Robinson filling the brief of rhythm guitarist and chief songwriter.

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