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  • Chris Robinson Brotherhood at the Ashland Armory

  • Chris Robinson Brotherhood — a Los Angeles-based side project of singer and guitarist Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes — plays soulful roots-rock music straight out of the '70s.
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  • Chris Robinson Brotherhood — a Los Angeles-based side project of singer and guitarist Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes — plays soulful roots-rock music straight out of the '70s.
    The band — guitarist Neal Casal, keyboard player Adam McDougall, drummer George Sluppick and bassist Mark Dutton — released its third studio album, "Phosphorescent Harvest," on April 29. The album's 10 songs, written by Robinson and Casal, kick off with the spacey intro to "Shore Power" and feature soft ballads ("About a Stranger"), slow-burning blues ("Jump the Turnstile") and danceble rock 'n' roll tracks ("Badlands").
    Chris Robinson Brotherhood will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 8, at the Historic Ashland Armory, 208 Oak St., Ashland. Tickets cost $20.
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