Chris Robinson Brotherhood – It’s All Over now Baby Blue – The Best Dylan Covers

Chris Robinson Brotherhood is an American blues rock band formed in 2011 by Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson while The Black Crowes were on hiatus. The band has released six studio albums (and a studio Ep): Big Moon Ritual, The Magic Door, Phosphorescent Harvest, Any Way You Love We Know How You Feel, If you lived here you would be home by now (Ep), Barefoot in the head and Servants of the Sun. The band consists of Robinson, guitarist Neal Casal, keyboardist Adam MacDougall, bassist Jeff Hill (who replaced original bassist Mark Dutton in 2016), and drummer Tony Leone (who replaced original drummer George Sluppick in January 2015).

We saw them in Oslo before the plague in 2018 they were wonderful!

They’ve played this classic Bob Dylan song for a few years, and their take on it is tremendous. They’ve given the song some real southern swagger.

Following the death of Neal Casal in August 2019 the Chris Robinson Brotherhood announced it would disband.

Live in studio at Radio SiriusXM:

  • Chris Robinson – lead vocals, guitars (2011–2019)
  • Neal Casal – guitars, vocals (2011–2019; his death)
  • Adam MacDougall – keyboards (2011–2019)
  • Mark “Muddy” Dutton – bass guitar, vocals (2011–2016)
  • George Sluppick – drums (2011–2015)
  • Tony Leone – drums (2015–2019)
  • Jeff Hill – bass guitar (2016–2019)
  • Joel Robinow – keyboards (2019)
  • Pete Sears – keyboards (2019)

Here’s another fantastic version, KFOG Private Concert:

Chris Robinson Brotherhood – Live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO – 09/16/16:

2 thoughts on “Chris Robinson Brotherhood – It’s All Over now Baby Blue – The Best Dylan Covers

  1. Moving Bobby’s plaintive ballad into the plane of southern rock is an interesting juxtaposition. I like it, and the
    band capped off by Chris Robinson’s vocals give it some very cool energy vibes. I’ve been singing this mystical set of metaphors for over 50 years since I first heard Bobby send it crying into the Village night in 1965. My voice is not the same but my feeling for the song has not changed. The “comments” on my acoustic version are interesting reading, It won’t set your limbic listening juices on fire but it’s fun to hear it sung by an old troubadour in his 80s who was there back then. JRW

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