Just a week following a triumphant homecoming special guest slot atop the mountain at Steelhouse Festival Ronnie looks back upon the craziness that has been 2023 for himself and his colleagues in the unstoppable force that is Welsh hard rock outfit Those Damn Crows.
Reflecting on hitting number three in the UK Official Album Charts and the touring that has followed since culminating in criss-crossing Europe with The Hollywood Vampires Ronnie retains his sense of being in his usual characteristic style.
Keen to never forget their roots The Crows have just announced a kit launch at their local rugby union club the Bridgend Ravens. Ronnie chuckles at the suggestion of a potential name change in conjunction with this partnership.
From beer to chilli sauce The Crows have a loyalty to utilising and supporting local businesses, a most commendable approach in our books.
There’s much excitement looking ahead to the autumn headline tour and how it feels like ‘Inhale / Exhale’ has been the first album the band have toured in fullness.
The organic evolution of the setlist with ‘See You Again’ the natural successor to ‘Rock n’ Roll Ain’t Dead’ as the titanic set-closer is examined whilst the high level of work ethics – especially with Crow Cast through lockdown – is discussed too. From their humblest of roots playing clubs like The Patriot and Hangar 18 to headlining Winters End next February it has surely been a journey that has a book in amongst it all. One of characters, melodies and hooks this is Those Damn Crows!
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