THE BAND PERFORM SONGS FROM THEIR FIRST TWO ALBUMS IN THIS LEGENDARY 1993 BROADCAST A free concert given on 6th February 1993 by The Black Crowes at The Sam Houston Coliseum in Houston, Texas - the last gig ever played at the venue (which was pulled down shortly afterwards) - was broadcast live to the greater Houston area by local FM Radio and syndicated across many other parts of the US. Fans of the band have often highlighted this gig as among the best the Crowes ever played and recordings have emerged from the radio broadcast that have been traded amongst collectors for many years, reaching near legendary status. This show was performed as part of the Black Crowes High as the Moon Tour in 1993, between the release of the albums The Southern Harmony & Musical Companion in 1992 and Amorica in 94 - indeed the group feature no less than six of that record s 10 cuts during this show s tenure. This was the Crowes most successful and creative period, and while the band are still touring and releasing new albums to this day. Despite a number of lineup changes and the odd hiatus or two over the years, it cannot be denied that the pure adrenalin, quality of composition and undiluted sense of what rocks and what doesn t, made the Black Crowes one of the finest American groups to make their name in the 1990s.