Win Tickets to the Black Crowes' Sold Out Concert at the Pageant

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The Black Crowes is back, and in force, as evidenced by the fact that the band's upcoming show at the Pageant is completely sold out. The 23-year-old band emerged from its "indefinite hiatus" in December of last year and is currently in the midst of a 21-date U.S. tour which includes a stop in St. Louis -- and we've got two tickets to give away!

To win, tell us why you think you most deserve to go to the show. That's it! Be creative. You can post a reply in the comments or through our Facebook or Twitter pages. Make sure you provide your full name so you can pick up your tickets, and a way to get a hold of you. The winner will be announced Friday by 5 p.m. on this page.

Prior to the band's 2009 appearance in St. Louis, RFT Music writer Shae Moseley had this to say:

The Black Crowes' star has always shined brightest in concert. In fact, the Robinson brothers survived slumping album sales and record-label woes in the late '90s by continuing to tour incessantly -- which eventually attracted the attention of Jimmy Page, with whom the band toured in 2000. It makes sense, then, that the band turned to Levon Helm, another member of the rock & roll aristocracy, when it decided to record its latest album, Before the Frost...Until the Freeze. Tracked in front of a live audience over five days at Helm's legendary Woodstock, New York, studio, the Barn, Freeze is an eclectic collection. It ranges from deep-pocketed, sticky, Southern blues ("Good Morning Captain") to country-tinged slow-burning acoustic numbers reminiscent of Led Zeppelin III or CSNY ("What Is Home") and even a danceable, disco-infused romp ("I Ain't Hiding") for good measure. Chris Robinson executes his double entendre-laden blues-rock hooks with as much gritty panache as ever, and brother Rich's thick-as-molasses Les Paul guitar crunch sounds rejuvenated.

The Black Crowes has since released another album, the acoustic-based Croweology. Check out a track from that one below.

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