Yep - both diluted, as are The Who also with only two original members left.
But especially the so-called "Black Crowes" who have been around for a much shorter time than the Stones and The Who.
Black Crowes first album - 1990
The Who first album - 1965
Stones first album - 1964
And then you have longstanding 3rd member Ronnie who has been in the Stones longer than the Black Crowes have even existed!
And also have to consider the Black Crowes broke up for a lengthy period before this so-called "reunion", while the Stones have never broke up for any amount of time.
There might be a lengthy amount of time of non-activity for the Stones as if they're on hiatus, but they've always remained a band. Really not much of a comparison when you break it all down...
Bottom line - Black Crowes are overpriced, and the lack of tickets sales and interest this tour would seem to be proof of that._____________________________________________________________Rip this joint, gonna save your soul, round and round and round we go......
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2022-06-09 03:26 by Hairball.