Madison Concert Ticket Giveaway: The Black Crowes

The Black Crowes


Since their genesis in 1989, the Black Crowes have built a career on making that much-played-upon classic rock sound their own; showering new generations of music lovers with blues-infused Southern jams.  They’ll be in Madison for a show at the Orpheum Theater this Sunday (September 22), and we’d like to send a lucky blog reader to the show on us!

Read on to find out how to enter to win a pair of tickets.  


Sunday, September 22, 2013

Frank Productions, True Endeavors, and Jam Productions

An Evening With


Orpheum Theater – 7:30pm ( doors 6pm ) – $60 VIP | $39.50 adv | $45 dos ( plus applicable fees ) – General Admission – All Ages

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WIN A PAIR OF TICKETS:   With his stick-thin legs shaking in velvet pants, tossing his shaggy hair into the backbone of each song’s chorus, one glance at Chris Robinson’s commanding presence easily carves his role as one of the greatest frontmen in rock and roll in stone for anyone lucky enough to witness the band in live performance.  Who else stands alongside him?  Leave a comment below naming the most charismatic, and talented frontmen/women that you’ve ever seen.

Please have your responses posted no later than 8pm tonight (Saturday, September 21).  A winner will be chosen and notified shortly thereafter.  Good luck! 

13 Responses

  1. Tommy Shaw, thao Nguyen !

  2. Joshua Tillman, AKA Father John Misty, has an amazing stage presence. Not only is his between-song banter hilarious, his subdued dance moves are fantastic.

  3. Fred LeBlanc of Cowboy Mouth is one of the most charismatic performers I’ve ever seen. A Cowboy Mouth show is practically a religious experience. He’s like an evangelical preacher up there and the crowd rises up with his words. It’s amazing.

  4. Richard Ashcroft, The Verve,

    lead vocalist sometimes played gutiar first that comes to mind then formed , RPA & The United Nations of Sound after the Verve broke up and reformed.

  5. I would have to say Mick Jagger at Camp Randall…Unbelievable energy for such a vintage rocker!!!!!!!!!!!

  6. Toots Hibbert had the most energy of anyone I had seen live. I’m pretty sure he was at least 70.

  7. My all time favorite is David Bowie. I was lucky enough to see him on his 1990 Sound and Vision Tour. Roger Daltry was also amazing on the 1989 reunion tour. He ran in place for the entire rendition of “I Can See for Miles.” Gene Ween is also incredibly charismatic even when performing a solo acoustic set. Too hard to pick just one…

  8. David Lee Roth!!

  9. I’ve seen Mick do it a number of times, but the clincher was when when my wife, a big time Keef fan (hey, me too) saw The Stones the first time and got the MJ thing. Sure, he’s “SIR MICK” but , hey, he’s our Mick.

  10. Not the most talented but definitely the most charismatic was the combo of Michael Fitzpatrick and Noelle Scaggs from Fitz and the Tantrums. Great chemistry with the audience and the sexual tension between the two of them was palpable, but that might have been me projecting.

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