Oct 27, 2020
Sex, drugs and rock and roll. It's not just a euphemism. Steve Gorman, founding drummer of legendary rock band The Black Crowes should know. But there's more than the string of hits and electric live shows in the case of a band that perhaps could have been the most influential rock act since U2 or The Rolling Stones. That would be, of course, had co-founders Chris Robinson and Rich Robinson not blown the band up time after time. Gorman visits the Load Out do discuss his best-selling memoir, “Hard to Handle: The Life and Death of The Black Crowes,” that catalogues his experiences. It's an amazing conversation that should not be missed.