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Black Crowes Cover Bob Dylan!
Black Crowes Cover Bob Dylan!

The Black Crowes premiered a cover of the Bob Dylan gem “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You” exclusively on Rolling Stone. The track will be part of the group’s upcoming four-LP, double digital download, 26-song live collection, Wiser For the Time, due March 19. Finally, the U.S. leg of the Crowes’ Lay Down with Number 13 tour gets underway with a two-night run April 2 and 3 in Port Chester, NY and wraps May 31 in Kansas City, MO.

Listen to the song here:

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/the-black-crowes-cover-tonight-ill-be-staying-here-with-you-song-premiere-20130304

 

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